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    • Plaza Street Bike Haters Don't Get That the New Bike Lane Won't Narrow the Road (Bklyn Paper)
    • Related: Free Curbside Parking Is a Hazard to Your Mental Health (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Duane Street NIMBYs Love Their Ped Plaza So Much They Can't Find Room for Bike-Share (Tribeca Trib)
    • Long Island Man Arrested For Drunk Driving Had 23 License Suspensions, Six Convictions (NBC)
    • CitiBike Designer Explains Features of "Virtually Indestructible Machine" (BusinessWeek)
    • West Harlem Downzoning Would Allow Tall Buildings on Only a Single Block (News)
    • Quinn Touts Electric Bike Crackdown as Path to Safer Cycling (Villager)
    • Driver Hits Pedestrian on Upper West Side, Leaving Victim in Traumatic Arrest (DNAinfo)
    • Kips Bay Man in Wheelchair Taken to Hospital Unconscious After Being Struck By Driver (DNAinfo)
    • Three Schools Sign on to Support 20 MPH Speed Limit on Upper West Side (DNAinfo)
    • Deadly Ferrari Driver Was Professional "Super Speeder" (Gothamist)
    • Photo: Cape-Clad Superhero Jimmy Van Bramer Helped Bring Bike-Share to Queens (Q Chron)

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