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    • Will Simcha Felder and Senate Republicans Let NYC Save More Lives With Speed Cams? (NYT)
    • Five Years and Counting for Citi Bike -- What's Next? (NY Mag) Who Rides the Most? (AMNY)
    • Always Remember How Stupendously Wrong the Bike-Share NIMBYs Were (Gothamist)
    • Jump CEO Envisions Scaling to 50,000 Bikes Outside Citi Bike Zone in Three to Five Years (Post)
    • No Solid Timetable Yet for Replacing "Temporary" Security Barriers on West Side Greenway (AMNY)
    • The Parks Department Wishes You a Happy Bike Month (West Side Rag)
    • If Cuomo's Not Serious About Fixing Transit, How Long Will Andy Byford Stick Around? (2AS)
    • MTA Finally Adding Elevators and Rehabbing Decrepit Chambers Street Station (NY1)
    • Yu Mein Chow, 56, Fifth Financially Strapped Cab Driver to Commit Suicide in Five Months (NYT)
    • Memorial Day Weekend Motor Mayhem (Post, News)

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