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8:57 AM EDT on June 11, 2015

    • UWS Community Board Wants Northbound Protected Bike Lane, And Fast (DNA)
    • Family Mourns Ethan Villavicencio, 7-Year-Old Killed by Driver in Bronx Restaurant (Post)
    • Upper West Siders Kvetch About Bike-Share Stations; Claim They Will Endanger Children (DNA, Post)
    • Staten Island CB 1 Backs Road Diet, Bike Lanes for Clove Road (Advance)
    • Straphangers Campaign Holds Funeral for New Subway Cars, MTA Capital Program (News)
    • Two Injured When Hell's Kitchen Bus Driver Sideswipes Building (DNA)
    • Residents Turn Out for Jamaica Bay Greenway Workshops (Bklyn Daily)
    • Columbia Study Measuring Air Quality for Cyclists (WNYC)
    • DNA Offers Quiz on NYC Bike Laws
    • Driving Makes People Go Crazy, Part One Million (DNA, Advance)

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