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    • NYCHA Residents Protest Parking Fee Increase, Get Installment Plan (News)
    • Driver Hits, Critically Injures Man, 43, Crossing Street in East Village (NYT)
    • Want to Vandalize the Street to Reserve a Parking Spot? The Fine Just Went Up (NYT)
    • DOT Construction Zones Get Cameras to Monitor Dangerous Drivers (Advance)
    • Ghost Bike Memorial Ride to Honor Joseph Nelson, Unsolved Hit-And-Run Victim (DNA)
    • New Yorkers, Brian Lehrer Would Like You To Know: "The Bike Share Is Coming" (WNYC)
    • Brooklyn CB 7 Votes to Support Speed Humps in Windsor Terrance (Bklyn Paper)
    • It's Spring! Here Are Six Recreational Bike Ride Suggestions From Gothamist
    • For First Time, LIRR's Cannonball Hamptons Summer Service Will Depart From Penn (Post, Gothamist)
    • Court Rules Dog Owner Not Liable For Central Park Bike Crash (Post)
    • Markowitz Endorses Quinn (News)

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