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Today’s Headlines

9:24 AM EST on November 18, 2011

    • Cuomo on New Tappan Zee: "I Don't Want To Hear About The Problems" (LoHud)
    • Prospect Park Bike Crash Victim Sues City for $3M (Post)
    • Federal Aid to Help Complete Lower Manhattan East River Greenway (WSJ)
    • Brownsville Elementary School Organizes Walking School Buses to Get Kids Home Safely (News)
    • Ratner Unveils New, Modular Design for Atlantic Yards Tower (NYT)
    • Upper East Siders Want Crackdown on Commercial Cyclists (DNAinfo)
    • Staten Island Electeds to Rally Against Tolls (Advance)
    • Marty Golden v. Daniel Squadron: A Residential Parking Permit Debate (Bklyn Daily 12)
    • Bronx Community Boards Discuss Fidler Bike Lane Outreach Bill (Bx Times)
    • East Side Access Worker Killed by Falling Concrete (NewsNYT)
    • The MTA Might Need Another $15B If It Wants Protection From Climate Change (Transpo Nation)

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Streetsblog will be on a light publishing schedule today. All our editors and reporters are in NYC for our annual business strategy and planning session. We also have a crack team of freelancers covering Scott Stringer's transportation conference and will bring you highlights and analysis on Monday.

And one more thing: Thanks to everyone who made it out to Bike Habitat in Brooklyn last night for our "Streets of the Future" benefit! We had a blast.

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