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    • Pete Donohue Praises the Bloomberg/Sadik-Khan Streets Legacy (News)
    • Woman, 65, Seriously Injured by Hit-and-Run Driver on Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights (News)
    • Access-A-Ride Driver Jumps Curb on 34th Street, Injures Two, Including Pedestrian (Gothamist, WCBS)
    • City Council Tables 20 MPH Speed Limit Bill Until Next Year, Hoping for Stronger Bill (WNYC)
    • City Breaks Ground on Randalls Island Connector Path From South Bronx (News)
    • What Uber's "Surge Pricing" Can Teach Us About NYC's Free-for-All Parking Policy (Weekly Nabe)
    • Taxi Industry Takes Swing at Yassky on His Way Out the Door (NYT, CapNY)
    • But Riders and Boro Taxi Drivers Seem Happy with the Changes (Bloomberg)
    • More Coverage of Straphangers Campaign's Pokey and Schleppie Awards (Post, News, CapNY)
    • Harlem Electeds Seem More Excited About New Street Lights Than 125th Street SBS (DNA)
    • An Interview With the All-Powerful Bicycle Lobby (The Bicycle Story)

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