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    • AMNY Looks at Potential Financial Fixes for Citi Bike
    • 2nd Ave Sagas on Ruben Diaz: "Does the Bronx Borough President Know What a Regressive Tax Is?"
    • How NYC Bike-Share's Dock Availability Stacks Up Against Paris and London (BikeShareNYC)
    • Tri-State Hopes DOT's Vision Zero Redesigns Are "Truly Transformative" (MTR)
    • NYC DOT Will Monitor Work Zones with Cameras to Curb Reckless Drivers (WCBS, Advance)
    • B37 Bus to Be Restored on Third Avenue to Bay Ridge, But With Shorter Route (News)
    • Bloomberg Looks at Port Authority Bus Terminal's Decay as Example of Port's Misplaced Priorities
    • More Coverage of Proposed Upper Manhattan Bike Lanes From DNA, News
    • After Teen Crashes Into Creek During High-Speed Stunt, DOT Says It Will Review Signage (NY1)
    • Driver Dies in Canarsie After Vehicle Struck by Alleged Drunk Driver (Post, News)
    • Female Citi Bike Members More Likely to Be Younger, Ride During Day, Not in Midtown (I Quant NY)

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