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8:52 AM EDT on June 3, 2016

    • Citi Bike Set Another Daily Ridership Record Wednesday (@CitiBikeNYC)
    • It Never Ends: Treyger and Greenfield Think "Illegible" Signs Should Void Parking Rules (Eagle)
    • Cyclist Injured in Central Park Collision Involving Second Cyclist and Truck Driver (DNA)
    • Lawsuit Seeks to Classify New York Uber Drivers as Employees (AMNYBloomberg)
    • Remember: If the TLC-Approved "Nightclub on Wheels" Guy Hits You He'll Keep His TLC License (News)
    • Gothamist Spoke With Ya-Ting Liu and Williamsburg Residents About the BQX; More: Bklyn Paper
    • Your Creaky Decades-Old Subway Car Might Soon Have WiFi (NY1)
    • Ferries Will Spark a Waterfront Development Boom, Says Real Estate Guy (Crain's)
    • Inhumane Road Design Makes LIRR Stations Hard to Reach on Foot and By Bike (MTR)
    • Chris Christie, Bona Fide Visionary (Politico, Trentonian)

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