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9:07 AM EST on December 17, 2010

    • Times Editorial Page Sneeringly Advocates NYPD Crackdown on Cyclists
    • CB 1 Committee Urges Closing City Hall Park to Cyclists, Saying They Ignore Dismount Signs (DNAinfo)
    • Fight Over FDNY Crash Fee Heads to Albany (City Room)
    • Gridlock Sam's X-mas Wishes Include Staten Island Subway, BRT on Highways (City Limits)
    • Emilie Gossiaux, Cyclist Hit By Unlicensed Truck Driver, Left Blind By Crash (News, Gothamist)
    • TLC to Increase Penalties for Rule-Breaking Cabbies (News)
    • Hertz Connect Car-Sharing Begins Offering New Yorkers Electric Vehicles (Transpo Nation)
    • Don't Turn Hydrant Space Into Parking, Says News
    • Stringer's Move to East Side a Wake Up Call on Second Avenue Construction (NYT)

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