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9:11 AM EST on February 14, 2011

    • House Republican Budget Would Cut Another $73 Million from MTA (AMNY)
    • Ambulance Footage Is Marcia Kramer's Weapon of Choice Against Safer Streets (CBS2)
    • How to Get Your Name in the Daily News: Call 311 and Complain About Cyclists for an Hour
    • "No Impact Man" On Bike Lanes: "It Would Make My Neighborhood Safer For My Little Girl" (News)
    • Park Slope Bike Lane Discussion Tabled; Brooklyn Paper and Norman Steisel See PPW Politics At Work
    • NYPD Bike Blitz Hands Out Huge Number of Tickets to Central Park Cyclists (Gothamist)
    • The NY Sun Is Back and Running an Anti-Bike Screed From Riverdale Review Publisher Andy Wolf
    • Plan for High-Rise Development Parallel to Sheridan Could Affect Teardown Decision (News)
    • Donohue: No Need to Halt Subways for Safety, Just Install a Few Platform Doors (News)
    • If NJ Transit Rider Rex Ryan Had Supported ARC, Could Christie Have Said No? (Gothamist)
    • Downtown Segment of East River Esplanade Set to Open This Summer (NY1)

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