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Eyes on the Street: NYPD Bike Patrol Takes Care of Business

2:51 PM EST on March 7, 2012

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Submitted by Streetsblog reader Hilda, this was the scene at Eighth Avenue near West 44th Street this morning. Writes Hilda: "And I will note that the cop on the bike HAD TO LEAVE THE BIKE LANE to go around the cab before pulling out his ticket book."

We can only assume none of his colleagues were watching.

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