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    • "Neighbors for Better Bike Lanes" Drops Suit to Rip Out PPW Bikeway (DNA, GothamistPost)
    • Brooklyn Paper Responds With Another Bikelash Double Feature (1, 2)
    • Voice Has the Play-by-Play on What's Happening With the Port Authority Bus Terminal
    • The W Train Returns in November (NY1)
    • After Allegedly Drunk Off-Duty Cop Killed Andrew Esquivel, DMV Kept Him on the Road (News, Post)
    • NYPD Misconduct Cost Every New Yorker $27 in FY 16 (Gothamist)
    • Woodside Church on Roosevelt Avenue Wants to Add 100 Parking Spots (QNS)
    • DOT Refuses Tony Avella's Request for Changes to Two Bayside Intersections (QNS)
    • Off-Duty DSNY Worker Arrested for Drunk Driving Near Union Square (DNA)
    • Crashing Your Car Through a Storefront No Big Whoop in the Vision Zero Era (Advance)
    • Daily News Op-Ed Writers Think a Subsidized Autonomous Car Experiment Would Help L Train Commuters
    • The Ferries Are Coming (AMNY)

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