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    • All Eyes on Skelos as NYC Awaits Senate Vote on Speed Limit Bill (CapitalAMNY, Fox, WNYC, Post)
    • The Entire Subway System Lost Power Yesterday, Exact Cause Unknown (Post, Gothamist)
    • Citi Bike Fans Hoping for a Smooth Summer (News); Gothamist: What to Do With an Errant Bike?
    • Wall Street Journal Maps Most Popular Areas for Boro Cab Service
    • Tour Bus Driver Seriously Injures Senior in West Village; NYPD Calls It a Legal Hit (DNAPost)
    • Cyclist Seriously Hurt in Collision With Parks Department Truck in Cloves Lake Park (Advance)
    • Suspect Drives Away in NYPD Van After Police Left Him Cuffed in Back Seat (AMNY, DNA)
    • DOT to Install Speed Humps Near Three Schools in Lower Manhattan (DNA)
    • Queens Ped Plazas: Sunnyside Under Construction (B'Stoner), CB 11 Endorses Douglaston Plan (TL)
    • MTA to Study Overcrowding on the A/C (Post); 2AS: Will Fulton St. Transit Center Open Next Week?
    • Fascinating Analysis of Pedicab Driver Data From I Quant NY

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