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    • Cops Hit Brooklyn Cyclist and, Surprising No One, Lie About Collision in Crash Report (Gothamist)
    • Odious UES NIMBYs Succeed in Thwarting 6 Train Entrance, at Straphangers' Expense (2AS)
    • MTA Shuffles Service on Bus Routes, Saving $27,000 (News)
    • What Will the APTA Be Without the MTA? (TransitCenter)
    • EDC Posted a Job Listing for BQX Project Leader (City Limits)
    • Construction Continues on Bruckner Boulevard Bikeway (@NYC_DOT)
    • As Weather Warms, Cy Vance Launches Social Media Campaign Against "Upskirting" (DNAWNYC)
    • Bookmark It: Advance Editorial Board Acknowledges That Traffic Isn't a Force of Nature
    • With Col Allan Retiring, Post Marks End of an Era of Nastiness (NYT)

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