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    • Citi Bike Deal: NYT, WSJ, News, Post, NPR, CapNY, AMNY, Crain's, Bloomberg, WABC, WNBC, WCBS
    • New Management, No Public Cash, Expansion Back on Track: Daily News Is Thrilled About Citi Bike
    • Cuomo Continues Push for TZB Clean Water Funds, So Advocates Go to Court (TU, LoHud, WCBS)
    • Keith Wright's Brother, a State Judge, Has Hard Time Weaseling Out of a Bus Lane Ticket (Post)
    • NTSB Issues Blistering Metro North Report (NYT, News); Meanwhile, Out on the Streets...
    • Again: UWS Drivers Have a Hard Time Not Hitting Things in the Crosswalk (West Side Rag)
    • The Greenway Upgrade Can't Come to Flushing Avenue Soon Enough (Gothamist)
    • 112th Precinct Promises "Grace Period" After 25 MPH Limit Goes Into Effect (DNA)
    • DSNY Says Ped Safety Bill to Add Flashing Lights and Warnings to Snow Plows Not Needed (CapNY)
    • Port Authority Kicks Off $130 Million Project to Add More NJ-Side Ramps to Goethals (Advance)
    • Damn Bike Lanes (WCBS)

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