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    • More Coverage of Citi Bike's Planned Expansion to Astoria from DNA
    • MTA Testing New Computer-Guided Subway Cars on 7 Line, Expanding Rollout from L Train (DNA)
    • Fourth Avenue Traffic Calming Coming to Park Slope August 19 (Brownstoner)
    • Dilapidated Pedestrian Bridge Over Surf Avenue in Coney Island Taken Down (Bklyn Daily)
    • Citing East Side Waste Transfer Station Support, NYLCV Endorses Menin for Manhattan BP (Crain's)
    • Aqueduct Subway Station Goes Full-Time to Serve Casino Customers (News)
    • Bronx Man Suing NYPD After Getting Rammed on Dirt Bike, Causing Brain Damage (News)
    • News Reports of Pedestrian Fatalities Haven't Changed Much Since 1987 (The Weekly Nabe)
    • Is Jersey City's New Mayor Steve Fulop Stalling on City's Modest Bike Lane Plan? (BIKAS)
    • Somebody Ought to Give That Man a Ticket (Gothamist)

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