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8:56 AM EDT on July 5, 2012

    • Barclays Center Transportation Plan Draft Prompts Plenty of Unanswered Questions (AYR)
    • NYMTC Unveils Plans for Bronx Leg of Hudson River Greenway (R'dale Press)
    • Informal Gothamist Survey Finds New Yorkers Are Ready to Hop on a Citi Bike
    • Ben Kabak Reviews Latest Penn Station Redevelopment Proposal
    • City Refuses to Say Why Chase Manhattan Plaza Has Been Fenced Off for 10 Months (NYT)
    • Coney Island in Limbo as EDC-Supervised Development Plan Stalls (City Limits)
    • Grandmother Recovering After Jamaica Hit-and-Run; Driver Remains at Large (News)
    • Teenager Killed in East Elmhurst Motorcycle Crash (DNA)
    • Post Deems Parking Ticket Complaint Worthy of Two Reporters and a Call to James Vacca
    • Video: Driver Claiming to Be NYPD Threatens to Break Face of Midtown Cyclist (Gothamist)

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