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    • De Blasio's Transportation Record: Progress That Still Leaves Advocates Scratching Their Heads (WSJ)
    • Tim Tompkins and Corey Johnson Tell Errol Louis Why the Times Square Plaza Should Stay (NY1)
    • Mayor Defends Slow Zone Program, Also Defends Canceling Midland Beach Slow Zone (Advance)
    • Hudson Yards Subway to Open September 13 at 1 p.m. (AMNY, News, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • People Who Detest Rude Cyclists Should Be the Biggest Boosters of Protected Bike Lanes (NY Mag)
    • With Uncertainty Over Development Plan, Willets Point Businesses Want to Know What's Next (NYT)
    • WSJ Visits the New Plaza on 33rd Street, Finds a Pedestrian Oasis -- and Salsa Dancing
    • No, the High Bridge Is Not the High Line -- It Has Its Own Charm (NYT)
    • DOT Mistakenly Stripes Incorrect Arrows on Lexington Avenue (DNA)
    • Citi Bike Expansion Now Has the System Over 400 Stations (Citi Bike Blog)
    • Meet the Guy Who Got on a Citi Bike, Headed West, and Never Stopped (Velojoy)

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