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    • Mica and Maloney Promise Federal Support for Second Ave. Subway (NY1Kabak)
    • Park Slope Cyclists Push for That Other Two-Way Protected Bike Lane (Bklyn Paper)
    • Cross-Bronx Crash Survivor Pedro Sosa in Extremely Critical Condition (News)
    • Gaining Momentum, Residential Parking Permits Would Start Near Stadiums (News)
    • City Council Members Assail Public Shame of Sanitation Parking Stickers (NewsWSJ)
    • Using New Law, Upper Manhattan CB Wants to Reduce Alternate Side Parking (DNAinfo)
    • More Than 100 Rally in Maspeth Seeking Arrest of Hit-And-Run Killer (Times-Ledger)
    • "Virtually Every Speaker" at Tappan Zee Meetings Supported Transit, Especially the Young (LoHud)
    • Pedestrian Safety Managers on Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges: Program Is Working (Gothamist)
    • Columbia Students Want to See Bike-Share Head Uptown (Spectator)

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