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8:59 AM EDT on June 18, 2012

    • State DOT Joins City in Dashing Hopes of Sheridan Teardown (News)
    • Driver Doors and Kills Cyclist in Fresh Meadows, Impaling Him on Handlebars (Post)
    • City Approves Permanent Plaza For Jackson Heights' 78th Street (News)
    • Everyone Should Read Kate Slevin's Farewell Post at Mobilizing The Region
    • Upper West Side School Wants Play Street While Schoolyard Under Construction (DNAinfo)
    • Private Transit Fills Gap Left By Bronx Bus Cut, But Locals Still Hope to See Bx34 Back (DNAinfo)
    • Brooklyn Assembly Member William Colton Rallies to Restore B64 Bus (CBS)
    • Ban Ki-Moon Wants UN Bike-Share Station, But That's Not Enough for Area NIMBYs (DNAinfo)
    • Blood Runs Thicker in Metro-North Hiring (News)
    • Amanda Burden Still Taking Heat For Letting Garages Ruin Brooklyn's Fourth Avenue (WSJ)
    • Bike Corral Comes To Williamsburg (DNAinfo)

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