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8:59 AM EDT on September 16, 2011

    • NYPD Brass Push Quotas as Traffic Summonses Fall By Up to 79 Percent in Tix Fix Wake (News)
    • AAA May Sue Over Port Authority Toll Hikes, Doesn't Want Drivers To Pay For Ground Zero (Post)
    • Daily News Reporters: Bike-Share Will Be Safe and Popular in New York
    • Daily News Editors: Bike-Share Will Be Dangerous, Congesting and Only For Tourists
    • Anti-Fact Post Agrees: Bike-Share Means "Colorfully Costumed Kamikazes" Hitting More Pedestrians
    • But Don't Try to Out-Crazy Steve Cuozzo -- He Says Bike-Share Will Mean More Murders (Post)
    • Clyde Haberman Makes Good Points About Bike-Share on Sidewalks in Utterly Churlish Way (NYT)
    • Brooklyn Paper Searches for Controversy in the Bike-Share Story
    • Meanwhile, in Boston... (Brooklyn Spoke)
    • Two Drivers Flee Scene of Deadly Queens Crash (News)
    • Newsday: Governor Should Sign Livery Cab Bill, Help Millions Outside Manhattan
    • MTA Brings Back Vignelli Map To Show Weekend Service Changes (NYT)
    • Bike Ambassadors Promote Safe Behavior as Bike Access Restored to Riverside Park Path (DNAinfo)

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