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8:59 AM EST on November 5, 2013

    • It's Election Day: Know Your Ballot Measures and Transpo Issues (NYT, DNA, NY1)
    • Doomsayers Were Wrong: No Citi Bike Fatalities After Millions of Rides (NYT)
    • Two Men Seriously Injured After UPS Truck Driver Smashes Into Cherry Picker on UWS (Post)
    • Bloomberg's Taxi Reforms Face Uncertain Future in Next Administration (CapNY)
    • Lhota Fields Calls From People Scared of Bicycles, Says He'll "Look Into" Trike-Share (Observer)
    • Gibson Dunn's Randy Mastro Has Ties to de Blasio, Lhota, and Bill Thompson (CapNY)
    • Bike-Share: It's Really Popular (Post)
    • Why Does London Have Half as Many Traffic Deaths as NYC? (IVM)
    • MTA Releases New Photos of Second Avenue Subway Construction (Post, News)
    • Jersey City's Mayor Making Good on Promise to Install New Bike Lanes (BIKAS)
    • Brooke Shields Dressed as a Citi Bike for Halloween (Daily Mail via Inhabitat)

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