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    • Van Bramer Bill Doubles Fines, Now Up to $10,000, in Hit-and-Runs (News)
    • More Coverage of EPA's Rejection of Tappan Zee Clean Water Loan: NYT, WSJ, News, PoJo
    • CB 7 Transpo Co-Chair Andrew Albert Stars in New ABC7 Attack on Protected Bike Lanes
    • Other Bloomberg Alumni Work for Uber, Yassky Advises Lyft (Capital)
    • EDC Releases Renderings for East River Greenway Gap Through Midtown (Architect's Paper)
    • Driver Jumps Curb, Crashes Into East New York Food Pantry (News 12)
    • After Rejection at CB 1, Williamsburg Businesses Try Again for Bike Corrals (DNA)
    • Southeast Queens Residents Pleased With New Q114 Bus, Call for More (TL)
    • Aerial Trams Are a Topic of Discussion, But They Shouldn't Be (2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Maybe the Solution Here Is to Get Rid of Parking for Private Cars? (DNA)

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