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    • Citi Bike Supplier Bixi Files for Bankruptcy After Years of Turmoil (NYT, Montreal Gazette 12)
    • Bratton Faces Backlash Over Jaywalking Tickets (Post)
    • De Blasio: No Citywide Jaywalking Blitz, But Precinct Commanders Free to Issue Tix (Observer, WCBS)
    • Queens Had Most Pedestrian Fatalities of Boroughs Last Year; Bronx Had Biggest Increase (News)
    • Driver Dead, Four Injured as Cement Truck Crashes Into University Heights Home (News, WABC, WCBS)
    • Driver Jumps Curb, Crashes Into UES Storefront, Injuring Passengers; No Charges (WNBC, WCBS)
    • DOT Cuts PPW Speed Limit to 25 MPH in Wake of Sammy Cohen Eckstein's Death (Bklyn Paper, News)
    • Costa Constantinides and Astoria Residents Push DOT on 21st Street Traffic Calming (NY1, YouTube)
    • City Will Extend Rockaway Ferry Subsidy But Increase Fare as It Seeks Long-Term Operator (DNA, News)
    • Cuomo Still Hasn't Created TZB Toll Task Force (LoHud) as NYT Marvels at Governor's Big Project
    • Serrano Blocks Part of FreshDirect's Subsidy Request for South Bronx Distribution Center (Bx Times)
    • Schumer Promises to Continue Supporting Hudson River Greenway in the Bronx and Yonkers (LoHud)

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