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8:56 AM EDT on April 25, 2013

    • Marty Golden Supports Camera-Based Policing, Just Not for Dangerous Drivers (Bklyn Paper 1, 2)
    • Is Prendergast Considering Averting 2015 Fare Hike? Post Says Yes, News Says No
    • Debate Begins In Earnest Over How MTA Should Use Unexpected $40 Million (2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • State Sen. Gianaris and Council Member Van Bramer Want Bike-Share In Astoria, Sunnyside (DNA)
    • Bike-Share NIMBYs Complain That New System Offends Their Sensibilities (WCBSNews)
    • Bike Snob Dismantles NIMBY Excuses for Ranting Against Bike-Share
    • New "Streets PAC" Will Support Local Political Candidates Who Support Livable Streets (WSJ)
    • IBO: Slow Pace of Hudson Yards Development Means Taxpayers on Hook for 7 Extension Cost (WSJ)
    • At Mayoral Public Safety Debate, No Mention of NYPD's Role in Street Safety (NY1, CapNY, NYT)
    • PA OKs New Goethals Bridge With Bike-Ped Link, Outerbridge and Bayonne Upgrades (News, NYT)
    • Did You See a Google Self-Driving Car Wheeling Around Manhattan? It Was a Fake (Gawker)
    • A Walk Along the Abandoned Putnam Line in the Bronx, Including an Old Train Station (Scouting NY 1, 2)

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