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    • Cuomo and His Deputies Make Hard Sell for Extra-Wide Tappan Zee and Its Tolls (WSJ)
    • Randy Cohen: You Can Bike Ethically Without Adhering to Letter of the Law (NYT)
    • Daily News Bike-Share Screed Casts Citi Bike Software Glitches as Sinister Plot
    • Two Bronx Women Severely Injured By Ex-Con Maniacally Driving Stolen SUV (Post)
    • City Council Rezones 200 Blocks of South Queens to Focus Growth on Two Avenues (QChron)
    • Rampant Parking Placard Abuse Plagues Streets Near Staten Island Borough Hall (Advance)
    • Okay, There Are in Fact Limits to What You Can Get Away With Behind the Wheel in NYC (DNA)
    • No Slow Zone for Rego Park; Will They Get to Keep "Don't Speed" Sign on Woodhaven Blvd? (Q Chron)
    • North Jersey Gets Preview of Traffic Nightmare That Goes Along With "American Dream" (MTR)
    • Here's How They Covered Summer Streets on CBS, the Post, and NY1 

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