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    • Bloomberg Unveils Storm Resiliency Plan (Observer, Post, News, WNYC, NYT)
    • WNYC Estimates That 10% of Citi Bike Stations "Flatline" Each Day; Post Notices Power Outages Too
    • Bay Ridge Community Board Committee Backs Fourth Avenue Traffic Calming (Bklyn Daily)
    • Livery Driver Jumps Curb in Longwood, Injuring Mother and Child on Sidewalk (News, DNA)
    • Prendergast to Meet With Senate Committee Chair, But No Hearing as Session Winds Down (WNYC)
    • LES Community Board Asks DOT to Fix Grand Street Back-Ups, Examine Bike Lane Removal (Lo-Down)
    • S.I. Wheel Clears Community Board With Greenway, HOV, Road Widening Requests (Advance)
    • Hunter Professors: 60 Percent of Manhattan Bicyclists Use Helmets (News)
    • Nicole Gelinas Talks to Bike Lane Skeptics (City & State)
    • A New Yorker Examines Bicycling Around Paris, And Finds It Isn't So Different From NYC (WSJ)

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