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    • Huge Swaths of Brooklyn Still Have No Bike Infrastructure (NYT)
    • Yellow Cabs Are Occupied Just 46 Percent of the Time They're on the Streets (WSJ, NY1)
    • The Case Against Fare Evasion Arrests and For Discounted MetroCards (News)
    • Cyclist Doored Then Run Over on Graham Ave in Brooklyn, in Critical Condition (News)
    • Driver Hits and Kills Woman Standing By Disabled Car on BQE (ABC7)
    • Unlicensed Driver Backing Up to Park Minivan Critically Injures 67-Year-Old Man (Post)
    • Court Upholds GPS Tracking in Yellow Cabs (Post)
    • The Petition for a Bike Lane on Classon Avenue Now Has 5,000 Signatures (Bklyn Paper)
    • Assembly Member Ron Castorina Postures Against Red Light Enforcement (DNA)
    • Columnist Michael Goodwin Is a Real Moron's Moron on Bike Infrastructure (Post -- Scroll Down)
    • Amtrak Announces Purchase of Bigger, Faster Acela Trains (NYT)
    • Listen to the Click-Clack of the Amtrak Departure Board While You Still Can (NYT)

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