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    • Corona 20 MPH Zone Up for a Vote at Queens Community Board 3 Tonight (DNA)
    • NYPD Imposing Fees on 5 Boro Bike Tour Could Kneecap Citywide Bike Ed Program (News)
    • DOT to Propose South Slope Bike Connections to Prospect Park; Plus: Hainline Cameo (Bklyn Paper)
    • Bay Ridge's CB 10 Can Do Better Than a Watered-Down 86th St. Safety Plan (Bklyn Paper)
    • Parking Placard Frauds Learned It By Watching Midtown North Cops (DNA)
    • Rebuild Rail or Add an Elevated Greenway? Hashing Out the Future of the Rockaway Branch (DNA)
    • Report: State DOT Adhering to Smart Growth Law, Port Authority Ignoring It (MTR)
    • State Senate Gets in on the Parking Ticket Pandering (NY1)
    • Do CaBi Users Skew White Because of the Price, or Because of the Station Locations? (Felix Salmon)
    • Yassky Makes the Case for Letting the Boro Taxi Plan Move Forward (News)
    • The MTA Can't Cool "Infinite Space" (Transpo Nation)

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