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8:58 AM EDT on June 19, 2015

    • More Car-Free Parks Coverage: NYT, WABC, WCBS, Capital, Gothamist, Bklyn Paper, DNA 1, 2
    • Residents East of Prospect Park Say Their Side Should Be Car-Free, Too (DNA)
    • De Blasio: Cars in the Park "Very Different" Than E-Buggy Replacements for Horses (News, Observer)
    • Mayor's Push to Ban Horse Carriages in Central Park Struggles at City Council (Post)
    • New Port Authority Reform Legislation From Cuomo, Christie Drops in Albany (AP)
    • Lyft Pays $300,000 Fine for Illegally Launching in NYC Last Year (Post, WCBS)
    • TLC Modifies New Rule to Cover For-Hire Vehicles, Gets Uber's Support (Observer)
    • More Under the Elevated Coverage: Capital, NY1, AMNY, CityLab, Next City
    • Where's TWU When It Comes to Things That Are Actually Slowing Down Buses? (Cap'n Transit)
    • The Times, Like a Child Watching Construction Equipment, Never Asks How We'll Pay for TZB
    • MTA Begins Replacing "Stand Clear of the Closing Doors, Please" Subway Announcement (Post)

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