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8:59 AM EST on November 17, 2011

    • Lhota: We'll Seek New Revenue But MTA Debt Bomb Not Really a Problem (NY1, NYT, WSJ)
    • Get the Best MTA Budget Breakdown at 2nd Ave Sagas
    • Faction on MTA Board Wants to Set Aside Sliver of Budget to Restore Some Service (News)
    • Two Biz Owners Scare CB 11 Into Rescinding Vote for Protected Bike Lanes (DNAinfo)
    • Pat Dolan Remembered as Persistent Pedestrian Safety Advocate (City Room)
    • Schumer Takes Credit for Delivering Transit Funding, But MTA Expected More (DNAinfo, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Scenes From Last Night's Prospect Park Loop Safety Task Force Meeting (News)
    • Traffic Death Apparently Less Newsworthy Than Free Kittens (Bklyn Paper)
    • Top 5 Myths About Bike-Share (GJEL Blog)
    • Yet Another Reason NYPD Should Put More Cops on Bikes (Gothamist)

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