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    • DOT: After Street Reclamations, Traffic Less Gridlocked in Manhattan South of 60th (NYT)
    • Alleged Drunk Driver Faces Up to Seven Years for Police Chase That Injured Seven (Advance)
    • Man Charged With Leaving Scene After Driving Into Staten Island Home (Advance, WABC, Post)
    • Ray Kelly Says NYPD Will Track Down Speed Demon Who Circled Manhattan (Post, WCBS)
    • Council Candidate John Ciafone Wants Grace Periods for Astoria Drivers (NY1)
    • Daily News Continues Its Series of Interviews on Citi Bikes With John Liu
    • Queens Courier Picks Up Story of Community-Led Bike Planning in Maspeth and Middle Village
    • Chris Ward: NYC's Next Mayor Must Continue Waterfront Work, Including Ferry Expansion (News)
    • CapNY Recaps Candidates' Rejection of East River Tolls; 2nd Avenue Sagas Despairs for the Future
    • BAM Unveils Mural and David Byrne-Designed Bike Rack (WNYC)
    • Meet Some of NYC's Bike-Share "Power Pedalers" (Citi Bike Blog)

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