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8:54 AM EDT on April 22, 2016

    • It's Car-Free NYC Day (GothamistNews), But the Mayor May Not Participate (Gizmodo)
    • Will de Blasio Take His Motorcade to Sign the Climate Change Agreement? (NY1)
    • Crosbie Backs Out of NJ Transit Post; Christie: "It's Important to Keep Your Word" (NYT)
    • Kabak: Dragging Out Canarsie Tube Repairs Is Not the Way to Go (Crain's)
    • MTA Unveils NIMBY-Compromised Revamp Plans for E. 68th Street Subway Station (DNA)
    • TLC Shelves Harassment Regs (Post); Partitions No Longer Required for Yellow Cabs (Post)
    • Politico Delves Into Byzantine Funding Scheme for Cuomo's Staten Island Mall Subsidy
    • $1.7B BQE Reconstruction Project to Start in Five or Six Years, Says DOT (DNA)
    • Senior Dies Four Months After Driver Struck Her in Canarsie (News)
    • 78th Precinct Tickets Some Truckers (@BrooklynSpoke); Still No Charges for Gregg Death (News)
    • Bad Motorist Behavior Is a Natural Product of NYC's Half-Hearted Commitment to Cycling (IVM)
    • Prince: Trailblazer, Genius, Cyclist (COS 1, 2)

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