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    • Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed City Island Cyclist Charged With Manslaughter, Homicide (News, DNA)
    • Cyclist Injured by Hit-and-Run Driver on Victory Boulevard Last Week (Advance)
    • The Daily News Is Not Impressed By the MTA's Supposed Leaders
    • Kimmelman Relieved de Blasio Has Decided to Improve, Not Remove, Times Square (NYT)
    • More Coverage of DOT's Bike Lane Announcement (AMNY, News, Post, Crain's, Gothamist, DNA, WCBS)
    • MTA, Port Authority Threaten Commuter Rail Shutdowns If PTC Deadline Not Extended (Politico)
    • DiNapoli: Actually, Removing Trash Cans Isn't Cleaning Up the Subway (News, Post, Gothamist, Observer)
    • Bay Ridge Residents Blame Bike Lane for Causing DSNY Trucker to Knock Down Tree (Bklyn Daily)
    • Bike and Roll's Bike Rental Contract With the Parks Department Is Up (DNA)
    • Michael Goodwin's Review of New Gridlock Sam Book Was Apparently Written While Driving (WSJ)

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