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8:55 AM EST on November 19, 2013

    • Update From WNYC: Council Could Set Speed Limit at 20 MPH in Practically All of Manhattan
    • More Coverage of B44 Select Bus Rollout, From Decent to Lame: Post, NY1, PIX, CBS
    • Almost 200 Dirt Bikers Charged With Reckless Endangerment and Reckless Driving This Year (NYT)
    • Straphangers Holding On to MetroCards With Balances Since $1 Surcharge Took Effect (Post)
    • MTA Testing Subway Cars With New Signaling System on the 7 Line (WSJ)
    • South Street Seaport Plan Includes Marina, Hotel and Apartment Tower (NYT)
    • Purported Council Speaker Kingmakers: Progressives and Unions (Crain's), Ignizio and Ulrich (Advance)
    • Former 94th Precinct CO Terence Hurson to Head New Staten Island NYPD Post (DNA)
    • Cops Ticketing Cyclists in 84th Precinct, Where Motorists Are All But Left Alone (@BrooklynSpoke)
    • It's Time for Smart Ignition Systems as Standard Equipment on All Motor Vehicles (Advance)
    • If Tish James and David Greenfield Have a Say, You Haven't Seen the Last of Marty Markowitz (News)

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