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    • Judge Dismisses Crackpot Lawsuit to Rip Out NYC Bike Lanes (News, Post)
    • Brooklyn DA Ken Thompson Announces Leave of Absence for Cancer Treatment (NYT)
    • On the Stand, Christie Lackey Wildstein Implicates Cuomo in Bridgegate Cover-Up (NYT, Politico)
    • Incoming RPA Chair Disagrees With RPA Criticism of Cuomo's Penn Station Plan (Politico, DNA)
    • What's Behind the Slowed Growth in Subway Ridership? (News)
    • TransitCenter Urges MTA to Get Serious About Bus System Overhaul
    • Heinous: Daily News Blames Anna Colon for Being Run Over by Bus Driver; More: DNA, Post
    • Motorist Strikes and Injures Child on Upper West Side; Victim Hospitalized (DNA)
    • Tri-State Not Impressed by New Jersey Gas Tax Deal
    • NYC Cyclists Have Been Dealing With Bike Lane Blockers Since the 19th Century (Atlas Obscura)

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