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8:59 AM EDT on June 6, 2013

    • G and R Train Tubes to Close for Sandy Repairs (NYTCapNY, News 1, 2, 2nd Avenue Sagas 1, 2, 3)
    • Daily News Hunts Down Sources Who Call 125th Street Bus Lanes an Attack on Harlem's Essence
    • More Coverage of NYPD Chase Protocol and Teen Driver Who Killed Ariel Russo (NYTWSJ, Post 12)
    • Jason Gay to Bike-Share Doubters: "Just Get on a Bike" (WSJ)
    • Felix Salmon: Citi Bike's Glitches May Indicate Faulty Software Rewrite (Reuters)
    • Bike-Share Hits 100,000 Rides in First 10 Days (Citi Bike, News)
    • Observer: Brooklyn Heights Anti-Bike-Share Protest Is Simply Trashy
    • "Collaborative Consumption" Isn't Just Reshaping Bikes, It's an Old Model With New Applications (NYT)
    • Two Men Arrested for Attempting to Steal Citi Bikes From Station (Post)
    • Young NY Drivers Texting or Talking on Cell Phone Will Get 60-Day Suspension (News, Times Union)
    • The Venn Diagram of Conservative Bike-Share Hate (NY Mag)

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