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    • Rock Center JSK Profile: The Idea of Reclaiming Cities From Cars Hits Prime Time
    • NYPD Exoneration of Hit-and-Run Killer Contradicts Their Own Crash Report (Bklyn Paper)
    • Cap'n Transit: The Tappan Zee Is "Unsafe" Because NY State Squeezed on Another Lane
    • 78th Pct Hands Out More Tix to Prospect Park Cyclists Than Speeding Tix (Bklyn Spoke)
    • Meanwhile, a Driver Seriously Injured a Cyclist on the Prospect Park Loop (Brooklynian)
    • Planner: Extending 7 Train to Hoboken, Not Secaucus, Is the Way to Go (Crain's)
    • Daily News Dismisses Victims Who Died on McGuinness Blvd as "Hipsters"
    • "Bicyclists-as-Gentrifiers Trope More Perception Than Reality" (Salon)
    • Daily News Reader Calls Out Bike-Hating Cartoonist Bill Bramhall
    • MTA Hasn't Opened Real-Time Train Arrival Data for Developers (Transpo Nation)
    • 1% Carnage: Eight-Ferrari Pile-up on Japanese Highway (Bloomberg)

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