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    • 18-Year-Old Cyclist Killed by Motorist in East Harlem (DNA)
    • Lines Form as Citi Bike Opens to Everyone (NYTWSJ, Post, NY1, AMNY)
    • WSJ Editorial Board Member Dorothy Rabinowitz Denounces the Privileged Cyclist Class
    • A Giddy Bill Cunningham Says Bike-Share "Absolutely Wonderful" and "Perfect" for NYC
    • Jewish Daily Forward: Hasidic Williamsburg Wants Citi Bike
    • Post Editorial Staff Hates Bikes, But the Advertising Department Is Cashing In
    • Daily News Finds a New Way to Root for NYC's New Transit System to Fail
    • Cuomo Orders More License Points for Distracted Driving, Urges Legislature for New Law (News)
    • Staten Island Community Education Council Wants Slow Zones for 12 Schools (Advance)
    • The Times Runs a Paean to Public Plazas From Architecture Critic Michael Kimmelman
    • Bike Part Vending Machines Come to Brooklyn (DNA)
    • Daily News Columnist Joshua Greenman Has Just Had It With All the Car Hate

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