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    • From the Mealy-Mouthed to the Moronic, Mayoral Hopefuls Give Bike Lane Quotes to the Bklyn Paper
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Seriously Injured Teenager in Bay Ridge Friday Night (Gothamist)
    • A Handful of Votes Could Swing Tuesday's Special City Council Election in SE Queens (News)
    • NYPD's Cyclist Ticketing Frenzy of 2011 Eased Up in 2012 (Post)
    • Yellow School Buses Will Hit the Streets on Wednesday (WSJ, DNA)
    • CB 5 Gets an Early Look at Pedestrian Improvements for Penn Station (DNA)
    • MTA Awards $258M Contract for Second Avenue Subway's 72nd Street Station (DNA)
    • DNAinfo: A Parking Space for Crown Heights' Car-Free Majority Symbolizes "Mustachioed Menace"
    • Behind the Scenes: How Barclays Center Players Avoid the Sidewalk (Post)
    • Should We Build a Soccer Stadium By the Flushing River? (Cap'n Transit)
    • Mardi Gras: The Ultimate Open Streets Event (Next City)

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