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    • Manuel Verdesoto, 82, Crossing Street Blocks From Bronx Home, Killed by Unlicensed Driver (News)
    • NYPD Pitches WTC Fortress Plan as a Car-Lite Haven for Pedestrians and Cyclists (NYTPost)
    • Tom Vanderbilt: NIMBY Histrionics Will Soon Yield to New Yorkers Loving Bike-Share (OnEarth)
    • Bus Operator Catches Drivers on Camera Zooming Past Flashing Red School Bus Lights (WNBC)
    • A Train Service to Rockaways Resumes May 30 (2nd Avenue Sagas, NY1, DNA, WSJ)
    • But MTA Storm Prep Relies on Plywood and Sandbags -- For Now (NYT, News, Advance 1, 2)
    • On Bike, Pat Kiernan Wins Commute Challenge, Beating Colleagues Using Subway and Taxi (NY1)
    • Garodnick and CB 5 Chair Criticize East Midtown Public Realm Plan as Coming Too Late (DNA)
    • Why the New E-Bike Law Doesn't Close Legal Loophole (Observer)
    • Comrie, at New Cambria Heights Traffic Signal, Unveils Hit-and-Run Legislation (Times Ledger)
    • Mark Weprin Wants MTA to Use Extra Funds for Q75 Bus Restoration (Times Ledger)

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