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8:57 AM EDT on April 26, 2013

    • Cuomo Announces Sweeping Transit Upgrades: 30 More Subway Stations Have Wi-Fi Service (NYT)
    • Impassioned City Council Votes to Impose Fines for E-Bike Possession (Advance)
    • Pershing Square, Outside Grand Central, to Become Permanent Pedestrian Plaza (NYT)
    • Community Board 12 Endorses Washington Heights Plaza (DNA)
    • Stanley Williams, 50, Killed Trying to Cross Harlem River Drive (DNA)
    • Three Hurt in SoHo Curb-Jump Crash; NYPD: "No Criminality" (DNA)
    • Opponents Say East 91st Street Waste Station Would Be Dangerous to Kids (DNA)
    • CapNY Talks With Jerry Nadler About the Long History of the Cross-Harbor Freight Tunnel
    • Post Can't Decide What It Hates More: "Rogue" Cyclists or Traffic Etiquette Program
    • Manhattan Street Vendors Protest Bike-Share Stations, Refrain From Vandalizing (Gothamist)
    • NIMBYism a Time-Honored Tradition on PPW (Curbed), But Kips Bay Is a Contender (DNA)

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