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8:58 AM EDT on June 25, 2012

    • Liu Warns of Bike-Share Injury Lawsuits, Calls for Better NYPD Enforcement (NYT)
    • Gelinas: Tappan Zee Financial Plan Still Missing, and May Never Add Up (Post)
    • Brooklyn CB 10 Committee Proposes Its Own Bike Lanes for Bay Ridge (Bklyn Paper)
    • Competition From Bike-Share Pushes Rental Companies to Expand Offerings (Crain's)
    • Denis Hamill: To Cut Obesity, Close Streets to Traffic and Bring Back Stickball (News)
    • At Birthday Vigil, Family of Killed Actress Roxana Sorina Buta Demands Justice (DNAinfo)
    • Bronx School Bus Driver Beaten by Motorist Taken Off Life Support (MSNBC, NY1)
    • Donated Lot Lets City Step Up Taxi Law Enforcement (NYT)
    • Parks Advocate: Reclaim Over-Engineered Roadways for Pedestrians, Public Space (AMNY)
    • As MTA Board Member, David Paterson Starts Riding Subway Again (News)

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