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    • Alta Wins Portland Bike-Share Contract, Says Citi Bike On Schedule for March (Bklyn Spoke)
    • MTA Inspector General Finds Systemic Cost Overruns for LIRR Maintenance (PostNews)
    • Bruce Ratner Worries About Barclays Center Traffic, Too (CapNY)
    • NYPD Reportedly Looking for Video of Hit-and-Run Crash That Killed Terence Connor (Gothamist)
    • Attorneys for Accused DWI Killer Kevin Spellman Want Beer Can Evidence Tossed (R'dale Press)
    • Accused DWI Killer Brian McGurk Pleads Not Guilty to Homicide, Leaving Scene (NY1)
    • Pedestrian Struck by Minivan Driver on Ocean Parkway; "No Criminality Suspected" (DNA)
    • City Marshal Rams Wrong-Way Driver, Whose Car Slams Into LES Market (Gothamist)
    • Astoria Restaurant Starts Petition for Bike Corral After DOT Caved to Community Board 1 (DNA)
    • City Mulls Ban on Sidewalk Stands on Congested Main Street in Flushing (QChron)
    • Bobby Valentine Crashed His Bike in Central Park (Gothamist)

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