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    • Citi Bike Trips Top 250,000 (NY1)
    • Is the Daily News Positioning Itself as the Pro-Bike-Share Tabloid?
    • WSJ Asks: Where Are the Rest of Citi Bike's 6,000 Bikes?
    • Times Finds Citi Bike Users Forgiving of Software Problems
    • Sadik-Khan Talks Public Spaces With Clyde Haberman (NYT)
    • TA: Nearly 90 Percent of Brooklyn Drivers Speed, But NYPD Issued Only 2,028 Tickets in 2011 (Post)
    • Jeff Klein Continues Push for School Zone Speed Cameras (NYTNews)
    • More Coverage of Jimmy Van Bramer's Call for Queens Bike-ShareNewsDNA
    • Pedestrian Karin Eberts-Ayub, 53, Killed by Alleged Drunk Driver in Sheepshead Bay (News, DNA)
    • What Happened to Hit-and-Run Victim Kevin Bell Will Test Your Faith in Humanity (PostNewsDNA)
    • Nicole Gelinas Endorses the Sam Schwartz Fair Toll Plan (Post)
    • Hunter Profs Peter Tuckel and William Milczarski Tie NYC Cyclist Fatalities to Helmet Use (News)

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