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8:51 AM EST on February 3, 2016

    • Amsterdam Ave Protected Bike Lane Clears CB 7 in 28-13 Vote (AMNY) -- Full Coverage Soon
    • Even Light Parking Reforms Will Be a Heavy Lift in City Council (Gotham Gazette)
    • Parking Pay-By-Phone to Launch Later This Year (News)
    • Lyft Joins Uber in Race to the Bottom (Post); TLC Takes Note (News)
    • Fordham Plaza Ready for Its Redesign (BxTimes)
    • What You Can Do to Get Better Walking/Biking Policy Out of Albany (MTR)
    • A Peek Inside the Transportation Industry's Revolving Door -- DOT Comes Out Looking OK (News)
    • Gale Brewer and Eric Adams Want More Ferry Subsidies (Crain's)
    • Driver Who Killed Passenger in High-Speed Staten Island Crash Succumbs to Injuries (News, Advance)
    • Your Daily Dose of Moronic Comments (With Some Common Sense Tacked On) About Bike Lanes (DNA)

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