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    • Well, Weiner Has Probably Peaked (NYT, WSJ, News, Post, CapNY)
    • NYC EDC Signs Off on Fresh Direct's Move to Asthma-Plagued South Bronx (MTR)
    • Alison Arieff Weighs the Implications of RoboCars (NYT)
    • Insatiable Demand for Citi Bikes at Penn Station (WNYC)
    • Credit Card Info for 1,174 Citi Bike Customers Was Compromised (WSJ)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Seriously Injures Cyclist in Woodside (DNA)
    • 2nd Ave Sagas: Mayoral Contenders Focused on Ferry Gimmicks, Not Transit Solutions
    • Once Bay Ridge Merchants Got a Taste of Car-Free Events, They Came Back for More (Bklyn Paper)
    • MTA to Install Remote-Control Gates and Intercoms at Unstaffed Stations (News)
    • Amtrak Tests Out Bikes on Board Ethan Allen Route (Times Union)
    • Mini-Jim Walden Sighting at de Blasio Presser About LICH Closing (Bklyn Eagle)

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