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    • Prendergast, Again: Without a Funded Capital Plan, MTA May Drop 2nd Ave Subway (Capital, WNYC)
    • More Details on Phased Rollout for Citi Bike in Red Hook, Park Slope (DNA) and UWS (West Side Rag)
    • De Blasio: No Deal on Decriminalizing Minor Offenses Like Sidewalk Bicycling (Capital)
    • Term Limits for Community Board Members? It's on the City Council's Agenda Today (Gotham Gazette)
    • Driver Critically Injures Cyclist in Kew Gardens Hills (JP Updates)
    • Bklyn CB 8 Committee: Prospect Heights Slow Zone Plans "Do Not Go Far Enough" (DNA)
    • Uber Promotes Itself as Alternative to Subway Shutdowns, But Only in Tonier N'Hoods (Awl via DNA)
    • Summer Stroll Coming Back to Bay Ridge This Summer (Eagle)
    • Citi Bike Expands Rush Hour Valets to Penn Station, Port Authority (Post)
    • Governor Muscle Car Gives Top Officials Emergency Lights for Personal Vehicles (Capital, News)
    • Building Exactly the Amount of Parking Required by Zoning Is a Sign Reform Is Needed (YIMBY)

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