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    • With Two Million Trips and Counting, Citi Bike Works on the Fine-Tuning (NYT)
    • Mayoral Candidates Rake in Money From Taxi and Livery Industry (WSJ)
    • Spitzer Widens Lead Over Stringer to 56-37 In Latest Q Poll (NYT, TU, WCBS, DNA)
    • Avella Drops From Queens BP Race, Narrowing Field to Katz and Vallone (News, CapNY)
    • Into Community Boards and Land Use Planning? Manhattan BP Candidates Want Your Vote (NY1)
    • DOT's Commercial Cyclist Program Issued 3,000 Tickets to Restaurants in First Four Months (Post, DNA)
    • StreetsPAC Among Those the Observer Finds Chiding Mayoral Candidates for Avoiding Key Issues
    • 2nd Ave Sagas: NYC Has Structural Reasons for Having Nation's Longest Commutes
    • TA Queens Boulevard Petition Halfway to Goal of 2,500 Signatures (Queens Gazette)
    • East Village Bike Thief Caught on Camera Removing Parking Sign to Get at Bike (Post)
    • Catsimatidis Defies Geography, Proposes Bridge From NYC to Connecticut (News)

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