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    • Kenny Valette, 20, Killed by Truck Driver Turning Off Cross Bronx Expressway Ramp (News)
    • Map Shows Greenpoint and W'Burg Citi Bike Stations Coming This Year (Bklyn Paper)
    • Bronx BP Diaz Wants Rezoning for Growth at Planned Metro-North Stations (Bx Times)
    • ...In The Meantime, Suburban-Style Office Park and Retail Strip Proposed at Hutch Metro (Bx Times)
    • MTA Proposes Rerouting Buses Away From Deadly Intersection of Wyckoff and Palmetto (Q Chron)
    • Kallos Bill Would Put Locations of Towed Vehicles Online or on 311 (Capital, WCBS)
    • Post Covers City Council Bill That Would Require Residential Buildings to Allow Bikes in Elevators
    • New Jersey's Transportation Trust Fund About to Go Broke, But Chris Christie Isn't Worried (
    • Mitchell Moss: Midtown East Is a Model for Using Development to Fund Transit (Observer)
    • TWU and Jay Walder Try to Make Nice at Citi Bike (Crain's)
    • DOT Tells Manhattan CB 3 It Will Study Traffic Calming on Cherry Street (Lo Down)

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