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    • Report: Albany Elections Strain the Definition of Democracy (News)
    • GOP State Sen's Prediction: Cuomo Will Decimate NYC Transit (Island Now)
    • Boston Bike-Share Proving Skeptics Wrong; Now, If Only It Were Bigger... (Globe)
    • Matt Chaban Reports on the New Slice of Public Space in East New York (Observer)
    • Speeding Shore Road Traffic Strikes Fear in Bay Ridge Residents (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Take a Video Tour of the Essex St. Trolley Terminal, Waiting to Be Reborn (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Bieber + Obama = NYC Carmaggeddon Tomorrow (News) ...Or Not (DNAinfo)
    • David Seifman Gives a Megaphone to Spurned DOT Job Applicant (Post)
    • WNYC Heads Under Second Avenue for an Interview With Father-Son Sandhogs
    • Check Out How the Times Covers a New Bike Lane -- the L.A. Times, That Is

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