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9:05 AM EST on November 13, 2009

    • No Mention of Separated Bus Lanes as MTA and DOT Pitch BRT to Manhattan CB1 (Downtown Exp)
    • Bring on the Protected Bike Lanes for the East Side (Our Town)
    • DOT Presents Package of Changes for White Plains Road to Bronx CB12 (News)
    • Villager Calls for Safer Bike Lanes After Parks Truck Severely Injures Shami Chaikin in 8th Ave Lane
    • MADD Puts Pressure on Shelly to Pass Leandra's Law (News)
    • To Protect Bus Drivers, NYCT Will Test Out Plastic Partitions (News)
    • Manhattan CB7 Spends 35 Minutes Debating Aesthetics of Bike Racks (West Side Indy)
    • Now That East River Plaza Has Landed, NYers Can Finally Buy Mayonnaise By the Gallon (NY1, Post)
    • NYC Street Designs Are Getting Safer; When Will Traffic Enforcement Catch Up? (Bklyn Eagle)
    • Mayor Boris Tells Cyclists to Ride Safely, Weeks After Disbanding Truck Safety Program (BikeRadar)

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