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    • NYC's Most Selfish NIMBYs Sue to Stop Busways, Bikeways During L Train Shutdown (AMNY, News, Post)
    • BQX Probably on Its Last Legs Unless Schumer Clan Wrangles Money From Trump (News)
    • Cuomo's Cosmetic Station Fix-Up Program Turns Into Accessibility Program, $820 Million Too Late (WSJ)
    • If NYC Can't Build 36 Apartments Without Parking by the 2/5 in the Bronx, We Are Screwed (BxTimes)
    • Alicia Glen Expects Dockless Bike-Share Services to Launch in NYC This Summer (AMNY, News)
    • More Coverage of DOT's Rule Change for Pedal-Assist E-Bikes (Crain'sPatchNYBJLo-Down)
    • De Blasio Foresees "Huge Fight" Over Speed Cams in Remaining Albany Session (Gotham Gazette)
    • Albany Budget Clears Path for NYC DOT to Reconstruct BQE By Downtown Brooklyn (Bklyn Paper)
    • Looks Like the IDC Won't Last Until the Next Election (NYT)
    • Damned E-Bikes (Post)

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