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9:00 AM EST on January 28, 2016

    • Now That Motorists Are Taken Care Of, City Will Clear Bike Lanes (DNA)
    • NYC Is Working to Improve Snow Removal, But Not to Help People Who Aren't Driving (NYT)
    • De Blasio Apparently Has the Votes to Restrict Horse Carriages and Sink the Pedicab Industry (Politico)
    • MTA Officials Shrug Off Cuomo's Budget Bait-and-Switch (WNYC)
    • Electeds Want Answers on Upcoming L Train Shutdown (Gothamist); DNA Assesses Rent Impacts
    • Vision Zero: Street Safety in Crown Heights Hinges on Opinions of One Car Owner (DNA)
    • TA: DOT's DUMBO Jay Street Redesign Should Prioritize Human Life Over Parking (Bklyn Paper)
    • Michael Scotto Needed Bike-Hate Quotes, and Manhattan CB 8’s Michele Birnbaum Delivered (NY1)
    • The Bouncing Brooklyn Pedestrian Bridge Needs Major Repairs (NYT)
    • The Times Is Excited About Open Gangway Subway Cars

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