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    • Real Estate Firm Related's Bid for Bixi Failed, But It Could Still Inject Cash Into Citi Bike (WSJ)
    • Eric Adams Asks DCP to Consider Rezoning for More Housing on Broadway in Bklyn (News)
    • Experts Agree: Mayor's Housing Plan Must Focus on Transit Corridors (CapNY)
    • Surprise! AAA Supports Automated Enforcement So Much It Opposes City Control of Cams (WCBS)
    • Libertarian Reason Foundation Says New York Isn't Spending Enough on Highways (C&S)
    • NYPD Chief of Patrol James Hall Leaves Force (News)
    • Tri-State: Woodhaven Is Ripe for Full-Scale Bus Rapid Transit (MTR)
    • MTA Bus Driver Hits Inwood Pedestrian Hours After Slow Zone Announcement (DNA)
    • Press Coverage Sure Makes It Sound Like Queens Blvd Is Getting a 25 MPH Limit (DNA)
    • Freakonomics Finds the Perfect Crime in NYC: Killing Someone With Your Car

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