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    • Niou Takes Silver's Seat; Alcantara, De La Rosa, Sanders, Carroll Win; Markey Out (NYT, Politico, DNA)
    • L Shutdown: City Plans Delancey Bikeway, Bike Parking (WSJ); MTA to Study Car-Free 14th St. (News)
    • City Council Set to Close Right of Way Law Loophole Ignored by de Blasio and DOT (AMNY)
    • Vision Zero: If You're Lecturing Children, You're Doing It Wrong (NYT, Advance)
    • Flatbush Motorcyclist "Trying to Beat the Light" Severely Injures Teen Walking With Classmates (Post)
    • Driver Critically Injures 12-Year-Old Boy Riding Bike in Borough Park; NYPD, DNA: "Accident"
    • Locals Say DOT Isn't Doing Enough to Slow Motorists on Deadly 21st Street in Astoria (DNA)
    • More on AECOM's Proposal for a Subway to Red Hook and 45K New Homes (NewsAMNY, Post)
    • Most of the Planned BQX Route Would Be Prone to Flooding (Voice)
    • Connecticut to Buy 60 New Coaches for Metro-North New Haven Line, Revive Bar Cars (NYT)
    • Here's What Happens When You Contact 311 (Gotham Gazette)

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