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    • On Wednesday Citi Bike Topped 60,000 Daily Trips for the First Time (AMNY)
    • Weisbrod: City Zoning Code Will Have to Adapt to Climate Change (Post)
    • Cuomo Doesn't Buy NYPD Rationale for Concealing Discipline Records (Post)
    • Nicole Malliotakis Wants Bike Racks on Staten Island Buses (DNA)
    • Bike Thieves Are Ambushing Cyclists in Riverside Park in Washington Heights (DNA)
    • Richard Brown: Man Who Drove Into Crowd at Queens Baby Shower, Killing 1, Convicted of Murder (News)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Who Injured Child Tried to Surrender to 66th Precinct, Was Turned Away (News)
    • Motorist Who Parked in Midtown Crosswalk and Sped Away From Cops to Sue NYPD (Post)
    • Bronx Driver in Critical Condition After His SUV, Left in Gear, Backs Into Him (News)
    • Stray Kitten Disrupts A Train Service in Washington Heights and Inwood, Remains at Large (Post)
    • Outrage Over Bike Lanes and Parking Will Seem Pretty Dumb to 23rd Century New Yorkers (NY Mag)

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