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8:53 AM EDT on April 27, 2016

    • De Blasio's Ferry and Streetcar Plans Please the Same Developers (Politico)
    • John Kaehny on de Blasio Campaign Financing: Don't Let City Hall Become as Corrupt as Albany (News)
    • Van Bramer: NYC Deserves a Bigger Say on MTA Board (Crain's)
    • Not Much Thought Went Into the Walk/Bike Detour During Pelham Parkway Reconstruction (BxTimes)
    • 10 Pedestrian Injuries Led to 4 Failure-to-Yield Summonses in the Last Month on the UWS (DNA)
    • NYC Needs More Bike Racks and a Fair, Predictable System for Removing Derelict Bikes (DNA)
    • Subway Platforms Crumble in Eastchester (NY1) and Flatbush (Post)
    • Uber Planning Big Expansion in Upstate Cities (Politico)
    • Parking Brings Out the Best in People (Bklyn Paper)
    • Why Public Spaces Matter, Prince Edition (News)

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