NY judge strikes pedicab registration rule

State Supreme Court Justice Edward Lehner ruled for the New York City Pedicab Owners Association by killing a New York City rule allowing anybody to apply for a limited number of pedicab registration plates. The pedicab owners group sought to limit registration only to pedicab owners. More at Newsday.

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I hope you all have a great weekend!

Photo by me. That’s Gil the bike commuter in San Jose, California. He usually catches the train from Mountain View up to San Mateo, participates in San Francisco Critical Mass, and hauls his stuff around on a seatpost mounted rack. Go Gil!

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