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9:01 AM EST on November 23, 2010

    • Read the First Ripples of What Will Surely Become a Tsunami of Bike-Share Press (WNYC, WABC, NYT)
    • Esquire Profiles the JSK Way -- And Drops a Bike-Share Hint or Two
    • Gothamist Pulls Out Stats on Rising Cyclist Injuries and Questions NYPD Enforcement Priorities
    • More Coverage of the Bus Lane Cam Debut From DNAInfo, NYT, Post
    • Speeding Hit-and-Run Driver Kills 39-Year-Old Bronx Resident Graziano Abreu on Jerome Ave (News)
    • Michael Daly Remembers James Rice, Calls for More Humane Streets and Traffic Controls (News)
    • Christie on Board With Secaucus 7 Concept (NY1)
    • David Seifman Picks Up the Health Department's Pedestrian Safety Study for the Post
    • Drag Racers Terrify Maspeth and Woodside Residents (WABC)
    • Spectacular Pedicab Paranoia on the Post Editorial Page
    • Ben Kabak Smacks Down 34th Street Transitway NIMBYs
    • This Morning Is Your Last Chance to Weigh in on Riverside Center and Its Excessive Parking (DNAInfo)
    • Eighty Percent of Copenhageners Keep on Bicycling Through Their Snowy Nordic Winter (Copenhagenize)

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