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    • Nicole Gelinas, John Petro, Roger Toussaint Help Kick Off Times "Debate" on MTA Finances
    • NIMBYs Oppose CB-Supported Traffic Calming in Harlem, Call Up Simone Weichselbaum (News)
    • 5,000 Bike Parking Spaces, Pedestrian Plazas in Cards for Dumbo After Watchtower Deal (WSJ)
    • CM Julissa Ferreras Wants Willets Point Developers to Pay for New $70 Million Highway Ramps (Crain's)
    • Police Arrest More Motor Bikers in Washington Heights Attack (DNA, News)
    • DOT Installs 248 Speed Humps So Far This Year, Far Outpacing Last Year (News)
    • DNA Profiles Queens Commuters Who Bike to the Subway, a Perfect Use for Bike-Share
    • Bill to Loosen Bus Lane Right Turn Rules Goes to City Council Committee on Thursday (Advance)
    • DOT Has Put in E-ZPass Transponders to Monitor Traffic Flow on Hylan Boulevard (Advance)
    • This Small Development Site Is Next to a Major Subway Hub, But City Requires Parking (Brownstoner)
    • Jimmy Vacca Wants NYPD Traffic Agents on Pelham Parkway, Poses for Amazing Bronx Times Photo

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