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8:59 AM EDT on October 24, 2013

    • NYT, Post, Metro Have Their Own Takes on de Blasio's Backsliding on Pedestrian Space
    • State DOT Reduces Spending on Bike-Ped Safety (MTR); Related: Drivers Kill Two Suffolk Peds (WNBC)
    • Cuomo Trying to "Tamp Down Expectations" on How Much Feds Will Give With TZB TIFIA Loan (TU)
    • CapNY Looks at the Long Past and Fuzzy Future of the Second Avenue Subway
    • Teamsters Balk at de Blasio's Suggestion of Replacing Horse Carriages With Cars (CapNY)
    • Turns Out There Are Better Uses for Precious Manhattan Real Estate Than Gas Pumps (NYT)
    • Staten Island Resident Calls WPIX Because Daylighting Plan Removed Parking in Front of His House
    • City Will Replace All 250,000 Street Lights With LED Fixtures by 2017 (Post)
    • Jackson Heights BID Spruces Up Triangle With Plaza Chairs (Brownstoner Queens)
    • Making It Easy: Alleged Drunk Driver Smashes Into NYPD Cruiser (News)
    • The Day NYPD Stopped Manhattan Traffic for a Cat to Cross the Street (Ephemeral NY)

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