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    • Bratton on Reynoso Bike-Yield Bill: NYC Has Done Enough for Cyclists (Post)
    • Will de Blasio Alter Affordable Housing Plan to Appease Parking-Obsessed CBs? (Gotham Gazette)
    • De Blasio Seeks Horse Carriage Compromise; No Mention of Fake Old-Timey Electric Cars (NYT)
    • Avella Backs CityTicket Expansion With Vague Pledge That Albany Would Cover Hit to MTA (News)
    • Motorist Space Hogs and Queens Courier Bullish on "Battle" Against Woodhaven Boulevard SBS
    • Downtown Alliance Plans Permanent Ped Upgrades, But No Bike Lane, for Water Street (Tribeca Trib)
    • Treyger Bills Would Codify Tree-Pruning Protocols After Death of Cyclist Jin Liu (Gothamist)
    • City Settles Suit With Pedestrian Who Claimed Short Walk Signal Contributed to Serious Crash (News)
    • Robert Moses Devotee Joe Borelli Has Some Ideas for Staten Island Road Improvements (Advance)
    • Pass the Vegan Stuffing: Tri-State Counts Its Blessings

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