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    • In East Williamsburg and Greenpoint, Residents Call for Bike-Share Expansion (Bklyn Paper)
    • East River Ferry Ridership Drops by Half in Winter, But Keeps Strong Support (WSJ)
    • Jasmine Herron Killer Found Guilty of Driving With Suspended License (Post)
    • New Jersey Man Arrested for Murdering Ex-Girlfriend With Car (PostStar-Ledger)
    • Bloomberg's Loyalty to NYPD Stands in Way of Bike-Friendly City (Voice)
    • Transit Access Insufficient at Queens Convention Center Site, Say Experts (NYT)
    • Joe Crowley: House Transpo Bill Would Devastate NY Residents, Workers, Tourists Alike (Hill)
    • Upstate Transit Agencies: House Bill Would Mean Massive Service Cuts (Rochester D-C)
    • Tribeca Cheers Installation of Long-Demanded Traffic Light (DNAinfo)
    • Chelsea Parking Lot Sells for $20.5 Million (Globe St)

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