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8:56 AM EDT on July 12, 2013

    • NYC Budget Office: Surprise! The Yankee Stadium Parking Scandal Is a Disaster (IBO)
    • It's Not Just Bike Lanes: Anthony Weiner Promises to Tear Out Boro Taxis on Day One (CapNY)
    • Tribeca CB Committee Likes Bike Plan, Except Short On-Sidewalk Route to Avoid Cobblestones (DNA)
    • Meanwhile, in Dumbo: Test the Bike-Friendly Cobblestone Options DOT Is Considering (Gothamist)
    • More Coverage of CB 6's Fourth Avenue Vote (DNA, News, Bklyn Paper)
    • GW Bridge Bus Terminal Renovation, Announced in 2008, Now Indefinitely Delayed (DNA)
    • Google Maps Update Renders Many Bike Lanes Invisible (Accursed Ware)
    • Vacca Pushes for Bronx Ferry Service (Bronx Times); Weiner Announces 5-Boro Ferry Plan Today (NYT)
    • Post and Daily News Compete to Publish Dumbest Bike Article of All Time
    • DNA Interviews Tawkiyah Jordan, Former Sheridan Expressway Advocate, Current City Project Planner
    • Citi Bike Cycle Chic for Businessmen, or as Bike Peace Says: "It Suits You"

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