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    • If Past Is Prologue, Cuomo Is All Talk on Road Pricing (Politico, Gothamist, News)
    • Commuter Vans Won't Save L Train Riders (Gothamist)
    • Citi Bike Surpassed 50 Million Trips This Week (NewsPatch, KCP)
    • De Blasio's NYPD Hates New Yorkers Who Bike, and the Mayor Is OK With That (Voice)
    • 10th Precinct, Where Bus Drivers Killed 2 Cyclists, Is Ticketing Cyclists for Speeding (Chelsea Now)
    • AMNY Talks to Experts, and Malliotakis, About de Blasio's Transportation Record
    • Companies That Rushed to Build de Blasio’s Ferries Blame NYC for Financial Troubles (NYT)
    • Straphangers Need More Trains, Not Fewer Seats (News)
    • Think Any of These Drivers Was Speeding? (Rag, Advance)
    • Motorist Puts TEA in the Hospital After Getting a Ticket (DNA)
    • Does Dan Doctoroff Regret Flooding NYC Neighborhoods With Parking? (NYT)

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