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8:56 AM EDT on July 18, 2013

    • Harlem CBs and Elected Officials Share Credit For Derailing SBS (Observer, 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • WSJ Pinpoints CB 11's Decision to Hold SBS Hostage to Moving Unrelated Bus Stop
    • Quinn: Cycling Helped Me Lose Weight and Stress -- On a Stationary Bike (Post)
    • Times Imagines the Future of Costly WTC PATH Hub; Cuozzo Is Not Impressed (Post)
    • Peter King and "Law-Enforcement Source" Boost Ray Kelly DHS Bid (News, Post)
    • Vallone Wants Hearings on Cuts to MTA Bridge and Tunnel Patrols (Post)
    • Reports From the Citi Bike Gripe Session That Wasn't (Bowery Boogie, Lo-Down)
    • MTA to Move Around Ticket Machines in Busy Stations to Help Pedestrian Flow (News)
    • This May Be the Most Rambling, Incomprehensible Citi Bike Screed Ever (Downtown Express)

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