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    • Crain's: Citi Bike to Launch Memorial Day Weekend, and Some Businesses Are Pumped
    • Bike-Share Sense (WNBC, Guardian, MTR) and Nonsense (Post, News)
    • 7 Year-Old Struck by SUV Driver on Gun Hill Road in Norwood, Bronx (News 12)
    • Woman Injured in Clinton Hill Bike Crash (DNA)
    • Driver Careens Through Brighton Beach Shop; Bklyn Daily Calls It "Vehicular Mannequin Slaughter"
    • Placard Parking Puts Squeeze on Street Spaces in St. George (Advance)
    • Scofflaws in Williamsburg, College Point Make Their Own Parking Regulation (Times LedgerPost)
    • Jamaica Surface Parking Lot Set to Be Replaced With Department Store, Plus Parking Garage (News)
    • West 44th Street Residents Upset That Street Is Used as De Facto Bus Parking Lot (Post)
    • Crain's Profiles NBBL Lawyer Randy Mastro; And NY Mag Explains Mastro's Taxi E-Hail Suit
    • Stringer, Kavanagh Unveil Blueprint for East River Waterfront Below 34th Street (Crain'sPost)
    • Developers Create Apps at MTA "Hackathon" Event (NY1)

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