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    • 125th St SBS Supporter Adriano Espaillat Takes Charlie Rangel to Task on Transportation (Capital)
    • De Blasio Decides Against a 2024 Olympics Bid (WSJ)
    • More Coverage of the SBS Debut on 125th From WNYC, DNA, and Gothamist
    • Happy Birthday, Citi Bike, and Get Well Soon (WNYC, News)
    • Felix Salmon: The Problem With the Citi Bike Contract Is That It's Unenforceable
    • Columbia Planners Call for Walkable Development and Road Pricing to Make TZB Transit Work (Lohud)
    • DOT to Consider Warning Signs at Speed Cam Locations... and Other Locations (WSJ)
    • NYPD's UWS Bike Ticket Blitz "a Misguided Use of Limited Resources" (News)
    • Parks Dept Van Driver Runs Over Boy's Leg in Morningside Park (Post, NY1)
    • Manhattan Judge Creates Tiny New Disincentive to Double-Park (NYT)
    • Massimo Vignelli, Designer of Streamlined Subway Map, Is Dead (NYTWNYC, News, 2nd Ave Sagas)

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