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8:59 AM EST on November 8, 2013

    • In Daily News Op-Ed, Parents of Allison Liao Ask de Blasio to Stop Preventable Deaths Like Hers
    • De Blasio Might Have a Clear Inequality Message, But on Transpo He's All Noise, No Signal (CapNY)
    • Speaker's Race Heats Up; de Blasio Reportedly Pulling for Mark-Viverito (C&S, Observer, CapNY)
    • WSJ Guesses Who Might Get Promoted From Within for DOT Commissioner
    • Upstate Transit Systems Look to Swap in Sales Tax Revenue for More Stable Budgets (CapNY)
    • Thruway Tolls Won't Rise to Cover TZB Until After 2014; Finance Task Force Still MIA (LoHud)
    • News Finds "Little Controversy" at CB Meeting OK'ing DOT's Plan for Community-Suggested Bike Lanes
    • EDC Unveils Renderings for East River Greenway Gap, With 2025 Completion Date (Curbed, DNA)
    • Watch Out, Citi Bike: Chicago's Divvy Has Plans to Become Nation's Largest Bike-Share (WNYC)
    • Want to Demagogue Against Something Happening on 125th Street? Bill Perkins Is Your Guy (News)
    • NYC HS Students Have Little Sympathy for de Blasios About a 60-Minute Commute to School (NYT)

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