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8:57 AM EDT on April 12, 2013

    • Bike New York Wins (NYT, WSJ, Crain's)
    • More on Christine Quinn's Transit Presser: Post, News, CapNY, 2nd Ave Sagas
    • Quinn on Bike-Share: "Obviously Bike Lanes Are a Part of the City's Transportation Network" (TransNat)
    • Eric Ulrich Wants Select Bus Service on Woodhaven Boulevard (DNA)
    • Was the MTA Legally Required to Shut Off SBS Lights? (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Savino Vows to Block New Jersey 7 Unless Staten Island Gets a Subway First (Advance)
    • Turns Out the Highest and Best Use of Prime NYC Real Estate May Not Be a Gas Station (WSJ)
    • "Victory Lap" Could Be Your Last Chance to See Marty Markowitz on His Tricycle (Bklyn Paper)
    • City Refuses to Move Abandoned Semi Truck From Flatbush (Bklyn Daily)
    • Driver of $300K Supercar Seriously Testing the Bounds of NYPD Placard Apathy (Gothamist)

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