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8:59 AM EDT on June 14, 2013

    • BK CB 6 Ignores Committee and Public Workshops, Votes No on 4th Ave Safety (Bklyn Paper, News)
    • Michael Pratt, 25, Killed While Skateboarding After Collision With MTA Bus in Brownsville (News)
    • DNA Relates the Pain and Confusion for Marvin Ramirez's Family After Fatal Crash at Park and 108th
    • DOT Proposes Bike Lane Upgrade for Vernon Boulevard in LIC, Astoria (Queens Courier)
    • Pedestrians Flee as Upstanding Citizen Uses Car-Free Path as Motorcycle Speedway (Advance)
    • Alleged Bank Robber Drives Onto 31st Street Sidewalk Before Fleeing on Foot (Post, MTR)
    • Jackson Heights PARK Smart Reforms Go Into Effect (Queens Gazette)
    • City Begins Distributing Outer-Borough Taxi Licenses (Post)
    • How Long Will the Rest of NYC Wait for Bike-Share in Their Neighborhoods? (TNR)
    • Times Explains: More Cyclists Mean Safer Bicycling
    • Wall Street Journal Really Wants You to Know That There Is a Bike Lobby

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