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    • DA Charges Postal Worker With Leaving Scene of Crash in Marilyn Dershowitz Killing (Post)
    • City Council Passes Lew Fidler's Bike Lanes-Only Community Outreach Bill (Observer)
    • Cuomo Holds "Taxi Summit" Today, But Bloomberg Plan Still in Limbo (WSJ)
    • Upper East Siders Want Bike-Share to Make East River Accessible (DNAinfo)
    • Even the Post Can't Complain About Bike-Share's Profit-Turning Business Model
    • Pelham Bay Merchants Don't Want to Clean Expanded, Safer Sidewalks (BxTimes)
    • Former Nyack Mayor: Transit-Free Tappan Zee "Taxation Without Transportation" (Nyack News/Views)
    • Pat Foye, Now in Charge of PA Infrastructure, Thinks Low Taxes Key to Prosperity (Record)
    • MTA Can't Find Honest Company For Subway Radio Contract (Post)
    • National Cycling Association Proposes Velodrome for Kingsbridge Armory (News)
    • China Returns to Cycling Roots With Mega-Bike-Share Projects, New Bike Lanes (ClimateWire)

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