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8:59 AM EDT on June 18, 2013

    • Will CB 6's Vote Against Safety Dictate the Future of Fourth Avenue? (News)
    • Meanwhile, the Region's Other Most Dangerous Roads Are Improving (MTR)
    • LIRR Train Derails Near Penn Station, No Injuries; Effects Linger to Morning Commute (WSJ, NYT 1, 2)
    • MTA in Talks to Pay for Citi Bike Expansion During G Train Sandy Repair (News, 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • More Coverage of TA Report Showing Rampant Speeding, Little Enforcement in Brooklyn (News, WNYC)
    • Norm Oder Crunches Numbers, Estimates 1,000+ Drivers Seek Free On-Street Parking at Barclays (AYR)
    • Judge: Port Authority Retirees Can Keep Free Tolls and Airport Parking for Life (Post, News)
    • Manhattan CB 5 Votes Down Midtown East Upzoning, Saying Public Realm Fee Is Too Low (Crain's)
    • Bloomberg's "Seaport City" Proposal Gets Tepid Reaction From Planners, Waterfront Advocates (WSJ)
    • Car and Driver Races Subway, Pedestrian, and Bentley From Bronx to Battery
    • WSJ Won't Stop With Inane "Bicycle Lobby" Videos

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