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    • Ride-Hail Giant Lyft Acquires Motivate and All of Its Bike-Share Systems (BloombergNews, Post)
    • Cultivate Your Andy Byford Fandom With This Charming New Yorker Profile
    • De Blasio Hasn't Professed His Enthusiasm for Bus Lanes and Transit Signal Priority to Byford Yet (News)
    • Something's Rotten in the City Council Push to Undermine Waste Carting Reforms (Crain's)
    • TLC Proposes Wage Floor for App-Based Drivers, Gets Undercut By City Hall (News, PoliticoNYT, Post)
    • New MTA Trip-Planning App Now in Public Beta (News, AMNYGothamist)
    • There's Room to Improve MTA Bus Service for Disabled Riders (CL)
    • Postal Service Yanks Placards From Ninth Street Post Office in Park Slope (Bklyn Paper)
    • 7,000 People Have Signed a Petition Supporting Regular Driving Tests for Seniors (QNS)
    • Let's Not Design Streets for Bar Owners Who Want More Parking (QChron)

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