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8:57 AM EST on November 21, 2013

    • NYPD Throws Out Bogus Tickets for Cycling on Willis Avenue Bridge Bike Path (News)
    • De Blasio's Transition Team Does Not Include Any Transportation Experts (WNYC)
    • Broken Windows in Action: Cops Bust Erratic Driver for Drugs, Suspended License on SI (Advance)
    • The Guessing Game Continues About de Blasio's Police Commissioner Pick (NYTDNA)
    • DOT Kicks Off Bike-Share Planning in Astoria; Rollout Tabled Until Late 2015 (News, Brownstoner)
    • Daily News Peddles "Social Bicycle" Bike-Share System As Alternative to Citi Bike
    • More Coverage of Street Safety March to 88th Precinct Meeting From News 12 and AMNY
    • DOT Will Study Greenway Crossing Near Expressway Ramp in Bay Ridge (News)
    • Bike Lanes Aren't the Only Thing That DOT Is Taking a Long Time to Restripe After Paving (News)
    • B44 SBS Bus Lanes Still Incomplete; Traffic Signal Priority Coming Next Year (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Thursday, October 24, 2013: The Subway's Busiest Day On Record (NYT, Second Avenue Sagas)

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