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8:58 AM EDT on June 7, 2013

    • Two Taxi Drivers Kill Woman, 25, Riding Bike in East Harlem, "No Criminality" (News, Post)
    • Jury Orders MTA to Pay $1 Million After Driver Runs Over Woman, Is Cleared by NYPD (Post)
    • State's Top Court Upholds Boro Taxi Plan (NYT, WSJ); WNYC Offers a Refresher on the Proposal
    • NYPD Detective Charged With Drunk Driving in Highbridge (News)
    • Gothamist Has a Good Take on Felix Salmon's Concerns About Citi Bike's Software
    • Yesterday's Numbers: 16,720 Trips, 33,616 Members, 123,217 Trips Since Launch (Citi Bike)
    • Gridlock Sam: "By Next Year We Won't Remember Life Without Citi Bike" (Downtown Express)
    • How Will Bike-Share Impact Bike Shops? Most Say Things Will Probably Turn Out OK (Village Voice)
    • Jamaica Bay Greenway May Get More Connecting Bike Routes, If People Speak Up (News)
    • DOT Replacing "LOOK" Crosswalk Markings With More Durable Stencils (Bowery Boogie)
    • Bottom Line: Don't Lock Your Bike to a Tree (DNA)
    • Anti-Plaza, Anti-Bus Lane, Anti-Bike Steve Cuozzo Attempts Transportation Humor (Post)

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