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8:56 AM EST on January 10, 2013

    • Four Injured, Three Seriously, When Driver Smashes Through Brownsville Building (WNBC)
    • Queens CB 4 Votes Unanimously for Slow Zone in Elmhurst (DNA)
    • Times Square Retail Rents Continue to Surge as Retailers Chase All Those Pedestrians (Real Deal)
    • Council Member Liz Crowley Calls for DOT Safety Action at Hotspots in Middle Village, Maspeth (Gazette)
    • More Transportation Proposals from Cuomo's Disappointing State of the State (TransNat)
    • Woodside Bar Owners and CB 2 Chair Ask DOT to Rethink Roosevelt Ave. Rush Hour Parking Ban (DNA)
    • NYPD Settlements Jump 35 Percent, Costing City $186 Million Annually (Brooklyn Bureau)
    • EDC Seeks Developers to Build SPURA Development, Including Extra Parking (Crain's)
    • PATH Restores Some Late Night Service as Slow Sandy Recovery Continues (Gothamist)
    • More Coverage of CB 7 Vote Supporting Columbus Avenue Bike Lane (DNA, Spectator)

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