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    • Stringer Unveils East River Park Plan, Calls for Elevated Bike Path at 14th Street (NYT)
    • De Blasio Anti-Bike Lane Tour Continues at Meeting of Young Progressive Bklyn Dems (City & State)
    • Woman Dies in Harlem 2-Car Crash; Up to 6 Injured as Cars Careen Onto Sidewalk (DNA, Post, News)
    • Driver Charged in Hit-and-Run Death of Shu Ying Liu Grins While Walking Into Central Booking (Post)
    • Woman Crossing Bowery in Chinatown Hit by Driver, Injured; "No Criminality" (DNA, Gothamist)
    • Man Pleads Guilty to DWI, Assault in Hit-and-Run Death of Roger Hernandez (Sunnyside Post, NY Post)
    • Manhattan Party Boy Throws Going-Away Bash; Doesn't Tell Anyone It's for Hit-and-Run Jail Time (Post)
    • Post Picks Up TTI Congestion Study, Says Transit, Bike- and Ped-Friendly Neighborhoods Help
    • More Coverage of CB 7's Support for Columbus Avenue Bike Lane Extension (TransNat, DNA)
    • Cap'n Transit Lays Out What He'd Like to See from Candidates This Election Season
    • The MTA's New "Interactive" Subway Map Is a Step Forward, But Not That Big a Deal (2nd Ave Sagas)

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