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8:58 AM EDT on August 6, 2015

    • More on Citi Bike Expansion: WCBS, WABC, WNBCPolitico, AMNY, DNA, Q ChronNews
    • Bronx BP Diaz Thinks Jersey City Expansion Is What Kept Bike-Share From the Bronx (Voice, News 12)
    • Related: Transpo and Development (Good and Bad) Could Propel Diaz to Mayor's Office (Observer)
    • Gotham Gazette Sees NYCHA Infill Development as a Parking Reform Bright Spot
    • Q Poll Brings Bad News for de Blasio, Positive Numbers for Cuomo (NYT, Politico)
    • Prendergast Continues to Argue for More MTA Cash From City Hall's Budget (Newsday)
    • Tri-State Makes the Case for More Federal Investment in NY Region's Infrastructure (MTR)
    • Undercover Cop Sentenced to Two Years for West Side Highway Chase and Beating (NY1, WPIX)
    • Driver Dies After Making U-Turn in Front of Oncoming Traffic Near JFK (News)
    • Want Port Authority Work? Make Sure Your Law Firm Backs Chris Christie (Bloomberg)

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