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    • Citi Bike Broke Its Daily Ridership Record on Wednesday (AMNY)
    • NY1 Stopped by Last Night's L Train Meeting in Canarsie
    • Developers Reopen DeKalb Avenue Subway Entrance in Downtown Brooklyn Mall (Bklyn Paper)
    • Slant: True BRT and Flexible Zoning Could Accommodate Much NYC Growth
    • The Greenway Isn't the Only Public Space the City Is Summarily Slapping Restrictions On (Gothamist)
    • 4-Year-Old Boy Dies From Elevator Shaft Fall in Park Slope Parking Garage (Post, News)
    • Advance: Child Hit by Driver While Boarding School Bus Will Live; Charges? Who Knows
    • Taxi Fleet Owners Say There Aren't Enough Accessible Cabs to Go Around (Crain's)
    • The Ceaseless Tribulations of Storing One's Car on the Street for Free (Rag, Crain's)
    • Gothamist Has Some Ideas for Long Weekend Long Bike Rides
    • Happy Memorial Day, America! Don't Die! (CNN, AdvanceNY1, WSJ)

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