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    • State Judge Blocks Livery Street Hail Plan (WSJ)
    • News: Mandatory Helmet Law "Meddlesome, Unnecessary," Especially With Bike-Share Coming
    • County Execs, Demanding Tappan Zee Transit, Weigh Options Before Key Vote (Newsday)
    • Brooklyn Drunk Driver Speeds Through Red Light, Kills 49-Year-Old Pedestrian William Boney (News)
    • New Long Island Freight Rail Terminal Takes Trucks Off The Road (CBS)
    • Aqueduct Casino Plan Negotiations Collapse (NYT)
    • Schumer, Babylon Convene Long Island Smart Growth Task Force (MTR)
    • Boston Bike-Share Trounces Ridership Projections, All Without a Serious Crash (Globe)
    • Times Readers Sound Off on Bike-Share
    • PPW Antagonist Jim Walden Now National Face of Opposition to Safer Bike Lanes (USA Today)
    • Crain's Profiles Mega-Developers Related Companies
    • The MTA Already Has Grades for Station Cleanliness (News)

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