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    • $185 Million in Federal Sandy Funds Will Flood-Proof Amtrak Gateway Tunnel (DNA, News, CapNY)
    • 30 Percent of Citi Bike Members Are Women; JSK: "We've Got to Do Better" (Velojoy)
    • Hot Ride: Man Faces Larceny Charges After Riding Off With Improperly Docked Citi Bike (Post, News)
    • Woman, 25, Injured on Bike-Share; Police Say She Ran Red Light (Advance, Post)
    • Petrosino Square Bike-Share Protest Shows There Isn't Room for Art... By Staging Art (Gothamist)
    • Gawker Shows a Strong Grasp of Donald Shoup's Principles for Curbside Parking Policy
    • DOT Buckles Under Pressure on 125th Street Bus Plan, So the Observer Talks About... Bikes?
    • Upper Manhattan (DNA) and Bronx Neighborhoods (News) Ask DOT for Slow Zones
    • Jimmy Vacca's Transportation Committee Devotes Hearing to Muni-Meter Paper (News)
    • Why Is It So Hard to Travel From Brooklyn to Queens? (Atlantic Cities, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Staten Island Residents Ask City for Better Sidewalks and Bike Lanes in St. George (DNA)

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