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    • West Village NIMBYs Sue for Removal of Bank Street Bike-Share Station (Post, DNA)
    • CM Andy King Backs Co-Op City Bike Lanes to Reduce Motorist Speeding, and NY1 Flubs the Hook
    • NYPD Personnel Shifts Bring New Commanding Officers to 6th and 10th Precincts (DNA)
    • Child Hospitalized When Van Driver Hits School Bus and Building at McGuinness and Greenpoint (DNA)
    • Civil Jury Finds Staten Island Man Mostly Responsible for Being Hit by MTA Bus Driver (Advance)
    • Longwood Merchants Say Elevated Tracks and Low Lighting Shut Down Street After Dark (DNA)
    • Cap'n Transit Makes a Case for Reactivating the LIRR Rockaway Beach Branch
    • Looks Like the Brooklyn Botanic Garden Could Use Some Bike Parking (@brendan_gray)
    • NYC Venture Capitalist Charlie O'Donnell: The Bike Thing Is Happening, Like It or Not
    • Damn Bike Share (Gothamist)

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