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8:50 AM EST on January 14, 2013

    • With "Supporters" of Bike Lanes Like Christine Quinn... (TransNatGothamistBklyn Spoke)
    • DOT Unveils Wayfinding Signage for Pedestrians and Cyclists (TransNat, WSJ, News, Observer)
    • How Does Cuomo's State of the State Measure Up to Christie's and Malloy's? (TSTC)
    • Just Another Weekend of Carnage on NYC Streets (Post 12, 3, 4)
    • NYPD, Calling Times Square "Recreational Space," Gets Bollards Added to Permanent Redesign (NYT)
    • The Post's Bike-Share Experts: AAA and a Brooklyn Electrician
    • NJ Transit to NYC Returns to Pre-Sandy Levels; Lines to Hoboken Still Reduced (Post)
    • Cap'n Transit Proposes a Pulaski Busway
    • NYC Still on Watch This Week for Possible School Bus Driver Strike (Advance, DNA, News)
    • "Stand Away from Platform Edge" Announcements Increase (NYT); Doors Considered for L Train (Post)
    • An Answer to the Question, "Why Is Queens Boulevard So Wide?" (NYT)

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