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    • Mayor's Report Card: Fewer Fatalities, and Fewer Bike Lanes, Plazas, Bus Lanes, Citi Bike Users (Politico)
    • De Blasio Says He Won't Hand Over MTA Capital Funding Without Guarantees From Cuomo (News 1, 2)
    • MTA Bus Driver Strikes, Kills Sick Person Exiting Cab (Post, DNA, WCBS, WPIX, WNBC)
    • 24th Precinct Claims Its Spike in Cyclist Tickets Have Reduced UWS Injuries (DNA)
    • Resident at CB 9 Meeting Fears Woodhaven SBS Will Crash Into Buildings (Queens Tribune)
    • Bronx Residents Have Second-Longest Average Commutes in U.S.; Rest of NYC Close Behind (Politico)
    • Yes, Bus Lanes Are Coming to the Rest of 125th Street This Fall (Uptowner)
    • 2nd Avenue Sagas Says Doctoroff Should've Built Second 7 Extension Station When He Had Chance
    • Cap'n Transit Notes the New Hudson Yards Station Is Very Convenient to Hudson River Greenway

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