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    • Kimmelman: NYC Needs Smarter Parking Regs to Build an Affordable City (NYT)
    • Welcome Back, Montague Street Tube and Interborough R Service (News, PostNYT, WNYC)
    • Cuomo Sees Subway Stormproofing as Hugely Ambitious of Himself (CapNY)
    • Daily News Gives Prendergast a High-Five for Coming in On Time and Under Budget
    • 2nd Ave Sagas: What Can We Learn From the Success of the R Train Fix-up?
    • Livery Driver Kills Man Changing Flat, Injures 3 Others on Van Wyck (NewsWSJ)
    • Woman in Critical Condition After Hit-and-Run Driver Struck Her Beneath BQE (Gothamist)
    • Four Bike Corrals Coming to Vanderbilt Ave and Washington Ave (DNA)
    • Metro-North Testing Bike Racks That Could Be Added to All Trains (AP)
    • Kaufman Studios Appropriates a Public Street in Astoria (HyperAllergic)
    • Even the Simplest Street Safety Fix Will Be Jarring to Some Motorists (DNA)

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