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9:00 AM EST on November 11, 2013

    • NYT Op-Ed Takes on Traffic Violence, Asking Why the "Oops" Defense Is Good Enough for Drivers
    • Eight Subway Lines Set to Get Service Upgrades Starting in June (2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Maria Montalvo, 66, Killed in Hunts Point Crosswalk by Turning Driver (WPIXWNBCNews 12)
    • Two Dead in Three-Car Crash on Hutchinson River Parkway (LoHud)
    • Post Breaks It Wide Open: DOT Responded to Bike-Share Location Requests Before Installing System
    • Citi Bike So Far: 94,000 Annual Members 5.1 Million Trips, 403 Million Calories (WNYC, Gothamist)
    • Bronx Times Looks at Slow Zone Contenders in Parkchester, Westchester Square, Allerton, Bronx Park
    • Construction Begins on Concrete-and-Curbs Plaza on Myrtle Ave. in Ridgewood (Brownstoner Queens)
    • Cuomo Tours Tappan Zee as Credit Agencies Downgrade Over Toll Worries (CapNY, News, TU)
    • Next-Gen Fare Payment Takes Tiny Steps Forward as MTA Outlines New System (2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • TA, RPA, and Biz Groups Sign on to Amicus Brief Asking Court to Bring Back Taxi of Tomorrow (CapNY)

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