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    • NYT to Cuomo: Do Something Significant for Transit for Once and Get MoveNY Through Albany
    • Subway Crowding Causing ~30 Percent More Delays Than Last Year (NY1)
    • The #CrashNotAccident Campaign Caught the Attention of the Times
    • Will NYPD Fix Its Collision Investigations Without Michael Ameri? (RoW)
    • Citi Bike Mechanics Are Worried About Some Components in the Newer Bikes (News)
    • DOT Will Add Nine Citi Bike Infill Stations on the Upper East Side (DNA)
    • Diabolical David Greenfield Pits Brooklyn Neighborhoods Against Each Other (NYT)
    • $100 Million in Station Improvements Could Make F-Express More Appealing (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • The BQX Streetcar Show Played to a Tough Crowd in Red Hook (Gothamist, AMNY)
    • More Clinton Ave Bikeway Coverage (DNA, Brooklyn Paper)
    • Hit-and-Run Green Cab Driver Injured Woman in Gowanus (News); 3-Car Pileup in Bensonhurst (Post)
    • Meet New Yorkers Who Citi Bike Everywhere (Post)

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