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    • Bloomberg: Better Bike Lanes, Not Frivolous Helmet Laws, the Key to Safer Cycling (Transpo Nation)
    • DOT to Expand Program to Speed Midtown Traffic; Cue Times Ped Plaza Dig
    • Cuomo's Convention Center Stalls, But Advos Still Hope for Rockaways Rail Revival (Capital)
    • Bus Riders in Carroll Gardens and Red Hook Lobby for Return of B77 (DNA)
    • TLC Looking Into Apps That Allow Riders to Hail Cabs With Phones (Post)
    • Harlem Residents Enter Negotiations With Scofflaw Dirt Bikers (DNA)
    • Rockaway Building Worker Helping Jump-Start Van Killed When Driver Hits the Gas (News)
    • Family of Timothy Keith, Boy Killed by Cab Driver, Raising Money to Pay for Funeral (KWTX)
    • FreshDirect Takes Advantage of Lax Parking Enforcement, Sets Up Shop on Tribeca Street (DNA)
    • CB 2 Chair Brad Hoylman Seen as Heir Apparent to Tom Duane's State Senate Seat (DNA)
    • Code-Savvy Teen Ticketed for Sidewalk Unicycling Says He'll Beat the Rap (Post)

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