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    • Bill Thompson Will Stay in Race, Wait for Results of Recount (Observer)
    • TLC Touts Increase in Tickets From Its GPS and Credit Card Data Systems (News)
    • Bayside Village BID Wants City-Funded Parking Garage (Times Ledger)
    • Willets Point United to de Blasio: Stop EDC's Parking Lot "Redevelopment" Project
    • Church Avenue Set to Receive Curb Extensions, Street Trees, New Sidewalks (Ditmas Park Corner)
    • 2nd Avenue Sagas: Want to Get Millennials (or Anyone) on Buses? Make Them Faster
    • Treating Stop Signs as Optional: Where's the NYPD Sting? (MTR)
    • Jersey City Sets Aside $1 Million for Speed Humps, Bike Lanes, Street Restriping (BIKAS)
    • NY-Area Congressional Representatives Sound Alarm on Transit Commuter Benefit (Advance)
    • John Samuelsen Stumps for Joe Lhota, Kind Of (News)
    • Now That's a Brazen Bike Thief (DNA)

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