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8:59 AM EDT on October 3, 2013

    • Genielle Laboriel, 21, Killed by Mini-Bus Driver While Skateboarding in Melrose (WCBS, DNA, News)
    • MTA's 20-Year Capital Needs Assessment Makes Some Big Asks (2nd Avenue Sagas, Next City, Post)
    • De Blasio Brings PPW Opponent Norm Steisel on Board to Help Form Administration (Post)
    • Cy Vance Wants NYPD to Slow Down on Charges Against Motor Bike Attackers (DNA, Post)
    • People Trip Over Bike-Share Stations and Sue the City for Damages (News, Post, DNA)
    • Lhota: Madison Avenue Only Needs Bus Lanes During Rush Hour (News)
    • Harlem CB 10 May Not Be Into Traffic Calming or Bus Lanes, But Board Chair Wants Bike-Share (News)
    • UWS CB Requests Honorary Sign for Crash Victim Ariel Russo (WPIX); But Safer Streets? Not So Fast
    • Village Voice Looks at MTA's New Catastrophe Insurance (via 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • State Senator Greg Ball Thinks More Public-Private Partnerships Will Stall TZB Toll Hike (AP)
    • With Power Outages, Derailments, and Staff Turnover, It's Been a Rough Year for Metro-North (NYT)

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