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8:40 AM EDT on October 26, 2012

    • Rest Easy, New York: Commercial Cyclist Regulations Are Now Law (TransNat)
    • Lhota Talks Fare Hikes, Ronald Reagan and Road Pricing With Brian Lehrer (TransNatCapNY, News)
    • WSJ Restaurant Writer: The Subway Stinks So Why Should I Pay More?
    • Assembly Transpo Chair John Wisniewski Subpoenas Port Authority Execs Over Tolls (TransNat)
    • City Council Committee Approves Plan to Build on Top of Chelsea Market (DNA, News)
    • Business Ticketed for Garbage That Man Tripped Over Before He Was Killed by Garbage Truck (WAWS)
    • Prior Misconduct by NYPD Witnesses May Taint Kevin Spellman Testimony (R'dale Press 12)
    • Pedro Espada's Legacy of Corruption Could Live On Through Eponymous Bill (Post)
    • "American Dream" Developer Triple Five Has No Plans to Pay for Mega-Mall Transit (MTR)
    • DiNapoli: Childhood Obesity Epidemic Will Cost New York Big-Time as Kids Age (Gothamist)
    • Bike Portland's Jonathan Maus on NYC Livable Streets: Believe the Hype

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill.

Streetsblog is holding our annual editors' meeting in NYC today and will be on a slightly irregular publishing schedule. We will be bringing you more highlights from NACTO's "Designing Cities" conference, including today's roundtable with transportation chiefs from six major American cities, so stay tuned.

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