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9:00 AM EST on December 13, 2010

    • FDNY "Crash Tax" Draws Fire From Council (TimesWSJ)
    • Fidler Bill to Slow Bike Lane Buildout With Hearings Gets Support From Tish James (Bklyn Paper)
    • Markowitz's "My Favorite Lanes" Tune Now Available in Christmas Card Format (Bklyn Paper)
    • "Latin Tourism Ambassador," Salsa Icon, and Bloomberg Pal Willie Colon Keeps Parking Placard (Post)
    • UES Garage Charges $14,400 a Year, NYC Charges Residential On-Street Parkers Nothing (Curbed)
    • Texting Off-Duty Cop Plows Car Into West Street Building (Gothamist)
    • Somehow, No Serious Injuries in Horrific Four-Way Queens Crash (News)
    • Jackson Heights Man Starts Cycling, Drops 30 Pounds, Gets a Daily News Profile
    • NY Magazine Lists Bike Traffic Lights as "Life-Affirming" Reason to Love New York
    • NYC Isn't the Only Town Where Vocal Complainers Can Get a Bike Lane Erased (Charlestown Patch)

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