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9:00 AM EDT on September 7, 2012

    • The Observer Takes a Walk Down Newly Completed 6½ Avenue With JSK
    • More 6½ Avenue: Ped-Centric Coverage on NY1, Motorist Kvetching in the Post
    • Vacca: Use Traffic Enforcement Agents to Ticket Commercial Cyclists (TransNat)
    • 14 Injured After School Bus Driver Rams MTA Bus Head-On (NY1)
    • Trial Ped Plaza Coming Soon to Myrtle Ave in Ridgewood (QChron)
    • This Is Why Maintenance Partners Matter for New Public Spaces (QChron)
    • Seems Like Only a Matter of Time Until Cab-Hailing Apps Are Legal in NYC (NYT)
    • Say What You Will About Sean Sweeney, He's a Master at Getting Quoted in the Press (DNA)
    • Unicycling: More Prevalent Than Segways? (Bklyn Paper)
    • Mental Speedbumps, NYC-Style (Gothamist)

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