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    • Lopez Stepping Down as Party Chair, Silver Says He Shouldn't Have Covered Up Allegations (NYT)
    • Payroll Tax Ruling Threatens MTA Debt Rating (TransNat)
    • FreshDirect May Try Bike Deliveries in Midtown (DNA)
    • Ped Safety Overhaul Coming Soon to Fourth Avenue in Sunset Park (Bklyn Paper)
    • Can Cops and Cyclists Get Along If NYPD Doesn't Care About Safe Streets? (Atlantic Cities)
    • U.S. DOT Data Dump Doesn't Really Help Explain NY's Transpo Problems (CapNY)
    • When All Else Fails for Plaza Opponents, They Can Play the Atlantic Yards Card (Patch)
    • CB 10, Tajiddin Complain About Safety Fixes to Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard (DNA)
    • Delivery Cyclist Injured by Unlicensed Driver on Upper West Side (NYT)
    • BMW Crashes Into F Train Support, Destroying Itself and Injuring Two Humans (DNA)
    • Noise From City Ground and Air Traffic Hampers Childhood Health and Learning (Thirteen)

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