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    • Bloomberg at NACTO: Pedestrians, Cyclists, Transit as Important as Drivers (CapNY, Post)
    • Expect BusTime to Roll Out in the Bronx This Week (SAS)
    • Increased Tax Collections Will Not Be Enough to Prevent MTA Fare Hike (Observer)
    • De Blasio Takes in the City Through His Windshield (NYT)
    • Hell's Kitchen Neighbors Want to Reclaim Sidewalk From Illegal Restaurant Enclosures (Post)
    • Turning MTA Express Bus Driver Crushes 84-Year-Old's Foot on UES (News)
    • Somehow, a Wrong-Way Car Crash by Alleged Robbers Fleeing Police Is Still an "Accident" (NY1)
    • NYT: Barclays Brings More Yellow Cabs to Brooklyn; AYR: What About the Black Car Idling?
    • Many Islanders Fans Will Probably Shift to Transit to Get to Barclays Center (NYT)
    • Is This the Laziest Hit Job Against Bike "Lanes" From the Post Yet? (Post)
    • Breaking: Joggers Run in Bike Lanes; It's Annoying to Cyclists and Dangerous for All (Bklyn Paper)

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