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9:00 AM EDT on June 28, 2013

    • Port Authority to Begin Comprehensive Study of Bus Terminal (NYT, 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • News: NYPD Ticketing Cyclists More, But Won't Admit to Sting Operations
    • Judge: Teen Driver Who Jumped Curb, Killing Ariel Russo, "Has Strong Community Ties" (PostDNA)
    • MTA Moving From Midtown Headquarters, Generating $600 Million (DNA)
    • More Coverage of Public Polling on Citi Bike from WNYC
    • How Speed Cameras Helped Cut Traffic Deaths in France (CapNY)
    • Citi Bike's Health Benefits Might Be the Only Thing the Post Doesn't Hate About It
    • Manhattan CB 5 Committee Supports Principles of Move NY Toll Plan (DNA)
    • Brooklyn Bridge Path Too Crowded to Bike? One Cyclist Takes the Road (Gothamist)
    • Dockblocked in DUMBO (Gothamist)

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