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8:57 AM EDT on July 22, 2013

    • This Account of an NYPD Bike Stop Will Make Your Blood Boil: Brooklyn Spoke
    • Crain's: Sadik-Khan and Burden Rumored as Future Business Partners
    • MTA Outlines Subway and Bus Service Improvements, and Cuomo Grabs Credit (News)
    • Naming Rights Policy Set (2nd Ave Sagas); MTA Board May Resume Monthly Meetings (NYT)
    • Schumer Wants Railways Protected From Heat (NY1); Hudson Line Back After Derailment (NYTNews)
    • City Council to Vote Wednesday on Proposed USTA Flushing Meadows Expansion (CapNY)
    • Teen Loses Leg to Hit-and-Run Driver in the Bronx (Post)
    • Repairs Underway at Upper Manhattan 1 Train Stations (DNA)
    • Pedestrians Take the High Line for a Car-Free Walk to Work (NYT)
    • Transportation Nation Examines Penn Station Bike-Share Usage
    • NYT Says Extraction of EDR Data Is Controversial, But Doesn't Really Say Why It Should Be
    • How -- and Why -- Is Citi Bike Like a Moose? (NY Mag)

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