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8:58 AM EDT on October 16, 2013

    • Lhota, de Blasio Face Off For First Time in General Election Debate (NYT, News)
    • What's in Store for NYC's Bike Network After Bloomberg Leaves Office? (WSJ)
    • Gotham Gazette Looks at How the Next Mayor Could Bring More Revenue to the MTA
    • NYPD Touts Murder-Free Week (Post), But Doesn't Talk About the Three Kids Killed by Drivers
    • Sarah Goodyear: "We Need to Move Forward From Fatalism" Over Traffic Deaths (Atlantic Cities)
    • Bike-Share Court Case Has Jim Walden Arguing for Cycling as Transportation (News, Post, Bklyn Spoke)
    • SI North Shore Electeds Defend BRT Funding After Borelli Questions Sandy Connection (Advance)
    • Atlantic Cities Talks Paid Street Parking Permits for NYC; Ditmas Park Corner Running a Poll on It
    • Uptowner Uses Inwood Precinct's Lack of Speeding Enforcement to Question Need for Slow Zone
    • First Avenue Repaving in East Harlem and UES Wraps Up (WNYC)
    • Metropolitan Diary Has a Story of an Injured Cyclist Returning a Good Samaritan's Favor (NYT)

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