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    • NYMTC Gives Green Light to Cuomo's Tappan Zee (WSJ)
    • Hours Later, Cuomo Begins Second Attempt at Securing TIFIA Money (MTRCapital Tonight)
    • School Bus Strikes, Kills Man Loading Truck in Woodside Yesterday Morning (Post, Daily News)
    • De Blasio's Street Safety "Incrementalism" Gets Attention from Capital New York
    • Bloomberg Responds to De Blasio, Calling Sadik-Khan a "Superstar" (CapitalPost)
    • Cuozzo Attacks Midtown East Rezoning for Fund to Accommodate Pedestrians (Post)
    • Injured Hunts Point Dirt Bike Passenger Sues City After Driver Killed in Crash With NYPD (DNA)
    • Race Car Consulting and Design Company Gets NYC Welcome With Sidewalk Parking (Gothamist)
    • Separated Bike Lane Next to 78th Precinct -- Keep the Dream Alive (Bklyn Paper)
    • Prospect Heights Resident Invents Bike Helmet With Solar-Powered Lights (Bklyn Paper)
    • A Look at Recycle-A-Bicycle's Youth Cycling Programs (WNET MetroFocus)

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