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    • It's Election Day. Have You Voted Yet? (News)
    • The Biggest Danger to NYC School Children Is Traffic (WNYC)
    • De Blasio Campaign Raised More Than $250,000 From Taxi Industry (News)
    • Tomorrow: Manhattan CB 9 Votes on Road Diet and Ped Safety Fixes for Morningside Ave (News)
    • Will Cuomo Sign Transit Lockbox Bill? His MTA Chief Makes It Seem Unlikely (Capital)
    • Prendergast: No Need for NYC to Control Its Own Transit System (Crain's)
    • NYC's Speed Cameras Could Have a Far-Reaching "Distance Halo" Effect (MTR)
    • WNYC Has a Guide to the Top Mayoral Contenders' Transportation Stances
    • Nicole Gelinas on a Real Tear With Election-Season Appeals for Pro-Bike Policies (NYT)
    • Driver Fleeing Police in Bed Stuy Rams MTA Bus, Injuring Dozens (Post, DNANews)
    • DOT Starts Adding Safety Improvements Near Concrete Plant Park (Bronx River Alliance)

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