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8:59 AM EST on December 13, 2012

    • CB 7 Members Agree: Bike Lane Endorsement Will Happen, Eventually (TransNat)
    • Related: It Sounds Like Steve Cuozzo Is Dying to Get Back on a Bike
    • At Bill-Signing, Pedicab Drivers Convince Bloomberg to Put Down His Pen (CapNY, Post 12)
    • Taxi Apps Will Probably Start With Pilot Program, Says Yassky (NYT, WSJ)
    • Riverdale Press Dissects the Failed Drunk Driving Case Against Kevin Spellman
    • Motorist Flips Car on Residential Street in Carroll Gardens (PMFA)
    • Breaking: Child Wanders Onto NYC Street Unattended, Is Not Killed (Post)
    • Cuomo Names Stop-and-Frisk Reform as a Top Agenda Item for 2013 (WNYC)
    • Peter Vallone Jr. Is Running for Queens Borough President (DNA)
    • Census Data on Transit, Race and Income Show Pretty Much What You'd Expect (TransNat)
    • The Nation Honors Urbanist Pioneer Jane Holtz Kay

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