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    • DOT Caves to Brooklyn CB 1, Postpones Bike Lanes for Deadly Metropolitan Avenue (Gothamist)
    • No Mistaking What Harlem's 28th Precinct Thinks of New Yorkers on Bikes (Gothamist)
    • Queens CB 6 Chair Joseph Hennessy: Parking Minimums for Seniors Preserve American Freedom (DNA)
    • Transit Hub, Mixed-Use Development Proposed for 32 Acres on Flushing Waterfront (Times Ledger)
    • "This Is an Atrocity": NIMBY Bozos "Had No Clue" Bike Share Was Coming to Upper West Side (CBS)
    • Retired Cop Charged With Homicide, DWI for May Killing of Bronx Pedestrian Marino Nunez (News)
    • Driver Hits MTA Bus, Jumps Curb, Hits Two on Sidewalk, Hits Building; No Charges (CBS)
    • TLC Board Approves Pilot to Replace Taxi TVs With New Payment Tech (NYT)
    • AMNY Explains Phantom Subway "Signal Problems," Gets a Look at Ancient MTA Hardware
    • Just Another News Cycle in Vision Zero-Era NYC (News 1, 2)

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