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8:59 AM EDT on October 17, 2013

    • Kimmelman: Bikes, Buses, and Plazas are "No-Brainers" for NYC's Next Mayor (NYT)
    • NYPD Says It Issued 736 Speeding Tickets Last Weekend in Citywide Operation (WNBC)
    • Daily News Covers Right of Way's Street Stencils Honoring NYC Kids Killed by Cars This Year
    • Will Next Gen Fare Payment Revolutionize the MTA Like the Unlimited MetroCard? (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Staten Island Council Candidates Talk Sustainability; Transportation Doesn't Get Coverage (Advance)
    • Council Member Debi Rose and DOT Dedicate New Traffic Light With Neighbors (Advance)
    • Guardian Angels Patrol West Side Parks After Attacks on Greenway Cyclists (WPIX)
    • Citi Bike Gets the "Four Charts That Will Make You Click This Link" Treatment from Business Insider
    • Your Community Board Transportation Committee Members At Work (DNA)

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