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    • More on Bloomberg's Final State of the City: NYT, PostWNYC
    • The Times' Car Blog and TransNat Detail the Mayor's Electric Vehicle Parking Plan
    • NY1-Marist Poll Shows Christine Quinn Still Not as Popular as Bike Lanes (CapNY)
    • Touting Car Theft Numbers, DA Richard Brown Has Nothing to Say About Traffic Deaths (Gazette)
    • Livery Cab Owners Sue to Stop Hail Apps (WSJ)
    • CUNY and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Dangle Park Improvements for UES Parking (DNA)
    • Rehab of 215th Step-Street in Inwood Delayed, Again (DNA)
    • Schoolmate Honors Hit-and-Run Victim Ronald Tillman Through Cycling Advocacy (Wagner Mag)
    • Streets Still Perilous After Hit-and-Run Deaths of Terence Connor and Mathieu Lefevre (Bushwick Daily)
    • "Driving in Our City Is a Privilege, Not a Right." -- James Vacca, February 15, 2012

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