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8:56 AM EDT on September 13, 2016

    • It's Primary Day -- Your Vote Carries a Lot of Weight and the Polls Are Open Until 9 PM (NY1Post)
    • Nikolas Padilla, 18, Assaulted By Racist Road Ragers While Biking, Made Mistake of Calling NYPD (DNA)
    • City Hall Brags About Bike Lane Mileage But Hasn't Committed More Resources to Redesigns (AMNY)
    • Why Is NYC's Bike Network Still So Half-Baked? (Thrillist)
    • DOT Will Stripe a Bike Lane on Eighth Street Between Sixth Ave and Astor Place (DNA)
    • AECOM: 1 Train Extension + Landfill = 45,000 New Apartments in Red Hook (Crain's, NY1)
    • J/Z Riders Petition to Open the Gates at Shuttered Gates Avenue Station Entrance (DNA)
    • DMV Owes Con-Ed Driver Who Killed Pedestrian a Valid License ASAP, Says Driver's Lawyer (News)
    • Woman Intentionally Struck By Cabbie Sues Him and the Livery Company He Worked For (Post)
    • Good News for Westchester's Network of Off-Street Bike Trails (MTR)
    • Scenes From a Car-Free Columbia Street (Bklyn Paper)

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