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    • Prendergast Confirmed as MTA Chairman and CEO (TransNat, News)
    • Citi Bike Sets New Record, Approaches 50,000 Members and 1 Million Miles (Citi BikeNews)
    • East Village Crash Victim Sedated for Operation; DWI Suspect Arrested in Hospital (News)
    • After Court Decision, TLC Votes Again to Support Modified Taxi of Tomorrow (News)
    • Bloomberg Doesn't Answer Question About Expanding Transit to New Development (Advance)
    • MTA, EDC Reject Bay Ridge Ferry Idea During R Train Outage (News)
    • Bloomberg's Anti-Flooding Levee Would Bottle Up Coney Island Ferry Idea (Bklyn Paper)
    • Police Searching for Wrong-Way S.I. Suspect Who Rammed Police Car (Advance)
    • New Bike Lanes Striped on 222nd Street, From Bronx River to Co-Op City (Bronx River Alliance)
    • The Times Asks: Does Amsterdam Have Too Many Bikes?
    • No One Does Bike-Share Like NYC (NY Mag)

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