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    • City Closing in on Deal for REQX Ventures to Purchase Alta, Inject Cash Into Citi Bike (CapNY)
    • Bayside BID Wants DOT to Study Building More Parking at Municipal Lot (Queens Courier)
    • Staten Island CB 1 Chair Wants to Make Sure New North Shore Development Includes Greenway (NY1)
    • DSNY Opposes Alt-Side Parking Bill, But de Blasio Is Open to It (News, Observer)
    • New Yorker Maps and Explores NYC's Dollar Van Routes
    • Vision Zero Gets Briefest of Mentions in WSJ Article on de Blasio's Priorities Beyond Pre-K
    • NYLCV: PlaNYC 3.0 Due in 10 Months, But de Blasio Hasn't Appointed Sustainability Chief (Observer)
    • MTA Board Member Allen Cappelli Bows Out of Dem Primary Against IDC's Savino (Advance, CapNY)
    • EDC: Greenpoint Pier Will Get Repairs to February Collapse Before G Train Shutdown (Bklyn Paper)
    • If Your Bike Lane Is Just Paint, You're Going to Have Some Problems (Brooklyn Spoke)
    • A Look Inside the Effort to Bring Cell Service to Underground Subway Stations (Gizmodo)

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