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8:58 AM EDT on June 24, 2013

    • State Senate Passes Speed Camera Bill; Spox Says Cuomo Will Sign (MTR, NYTNews)
    • NYPD Highway Division CO: Speeding Not Enough to Establish Probable Cause in Crash Probes (NYT)
    • NYPD Working on Strategy to Catch Dirt Bikers Without Chasing Them (Post)
    • Post Now Slamming DOT for Moving Bike-Share Stations; Cuozzo Takes a Ride and Lives to Tell
    • Coverage of Fourth Avenue Traffic-Calming Plan From Crain's
    • LIRR to Ask Elmhurst Locals About Reopening Station Closed in 1985 (WSJ)
    • State Court Justice Provides Evidence That Judges Don't Need Parking Placards (News 1, 2)
    • Bill Cowher Involved in Park Avenue Crash That Sent Car Into Scaffolding (News, DNAPost)
    • Fashion Retailers Revamp Inventories in Response to Citi Bike (Crain's)
    • Taking In the Sounds of Cycling, From Pontiacs to "Pontiac" (IVM)

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