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    • Tish James Defeats Dan Squadron in Public Advocate Runoff (NYT)
    • NYPD Missing in Action When It Comes to Mass Rides of Motor Bikes (Post)
    • Two Men Involved in Sunday's Motor Bike Chase and Attack Turn Themselves In (NYTWPIX)
    • Lhota Tells CapNY to Look at Transit-Focused Part of His Platform, Like Subway Expansion
    • TA: Pulaski Bridge Bike Lane Could Go Before Community Boards This Fall (Brownstoner Queens)
    • MTA Says 370 Bus Drivers Cited for Cell Phones, Red Light Running and More (WPIX)
    • Sidewalk Crash Victim Sian Green Appears on Dr. Oz Show, Returns to the UK (News)
    • MTA Board Will Offer Refund for New Haven Line Riders Affected by Power Failure (2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Staten Island Wheel Mega-Development Heads to City Council Subcommittee (Advance)
    • Meet Savona Bailey-McClain, Harlem Bike Advocate (Momentum)
    • Tappan Zee Cited as Warning Example for West Coast Highway Boondoggle (Willamette Week)

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