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    • Most Mayoral Candidates Ignorant of Public Process That Produced the PPW Bike Lane (CapNY)
    • CPC Goes For 15-Year MSG Permit as Bloomberg Climbs Aboard (2nd Avenue Sagas, Crain's 1, 2)
    • Bloomberg Needles MTA on 2nd Avenue Subway, Corrupt Albany Pols About Congestion Pricing (News)
    • Driver Seriously Injures Two Children Riding On Bicycle in Williamsburg (WNBC)
    • Times Square Retail Rents Jump 55 Percent Over Last Year (Real Deal)
    • Atlantic Cities Allays Fears of New Yorkers Freaking Out About Bike-Share
    • Slow Zone Application Moves Forward for Midwood (Ditmas Park Corner)
    • Bklyn Paper Blows the Lid Off E-ZPass Traffic Monitoring Story... From 2009 (NY1)
    • What Would Be the Perfect NYC Transit App? (2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • A Look Inside the Brooklyn High School of Automotive Trades and Its Driver Ed Program (Brownstoner)
    • Turn Left on Red? It's Legal On This NYC Street (CapNY)
    • Damned PPW Bike Lane (Bklyn Paper)

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