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8:55 AM EDT on June 22, 2016

    • Clinton Ave Bike Lane Not Happening in Any Form (Bklyn Paper)
    • Maybe If Cuomo Reduced Crowding, Fewer Sex Crimes Would Be Committed on the Subway (News, Post)
    • Red Light-Running Green Cab Driver Rams Another Car Onto Rego Park Sidewalk, Injuring 2 Peds (DNA)
    • The Daily News Can Declare Victory in Its War on Elmo and Painted Breasts (NYT, Crain's, DNA)
    • Brooklyn Heights Residents Fancy the Notion of a Streetcar But Don't Want to Pay for It (DNA)
    • City Council Votes to Allow Retail in Water Street Arcades (Crain's)
    • Survivor Recounts Sudden Violence of High-Speed Crash in East Village Three Years Ago (News)
    • Video: Sociopaths With Cars on the LIE (News)
    • All You Need to Do to Keep Cars Out of a Lincoln Tunnel Traffic Lane Is Move a Few Cones (Post)
    • Frequent Service Matters (Gothamist)

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