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    • NYT: Next Mayor Should Gird Up to Fight for East River Bridge Tolls
    • News: Fare Hikes Shouldn't Exceed Rate of Inflation
    • Three Pedestrians Killed in Weekend of Traffic Violence (Gothamist, News)
    • Enviros Call on Bloomberg to Make as Much Progress on SBS as Possible Before 2014 (Gotham Gaz)
    • Gelinas Warns of MTA's Rising Debt, Health Care, and Pension Costs (Post)
    • City Urges Court to Toss Citi Bike Station Placement Lawsuit, and the Post Is Scandalized
    • Citi Bike Coming to Long Island City By September (Queens Trib)
    • How Rayquan Callahan's Bike Became a Pretext for Police Harassment (News)
    • Broadway Pedestrian Malls Get a Makeover in West Harlem (DNA)
    • The New Summer Streets Centerpiece: Car-Free Park Avenue Tunnel (NYT)
    • Bike-Share Usage Patterns Graphed (WNYC) and Mapped (NYer)

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