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8:58 AM EDT on October 13, 2011

    • Crain's, Post Pick Up Columbus Ave. Bike Lane Review; Guess Which One Omits Safety Gains
    • New and Improved CrashStat Gets Some Love From Transportation Nation
    • DOT Touts Steep Drop in Injuries With Addition of Pedestrian Space at Park Ave. and 33rd. (DNAinfo)
    • Scaled-Down 34th Street Select Bus Service Set for November Rollout (DNAinfo)
    • Stringer, Chin Determined to See Traffic Calmed at Hazardous Tribeca Crossing (Downtown Express 1, 2)
    • DOT Outlines Bike-Share for CB 1 Committee; "Shop Local" Org Slams Walmart (Downtown Express)
    • Ignizio and Oddo Want State to Widen West Shore Expressway for HOV Lanes (NY1)
    • Jaws of Life Needed to Extract Injured After Two-Car Collision in East Tremont (NY1)
    • Cyclists and Supporters Gear Up for 17th Annual Tour de Bronx (NY1)
    • Times Transpo Beat: Subways Aren't for Surfing, You Crazy Kids ;)!

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