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8:57 AM EST on December 6, 2013

    • De Blasio's Early Picks Encourage Tri-State; Bratton Singles Out Traffic Safety (WNYC)
    • MNR: Safety Tech Differs for Trains Going North vs. South (WNYC); Sen. Feinstein Presses for PTC (WSJ)
    • City Settles Lawsuit, Agrees to Make Half of All Taxis Wheelchair-Accessible (NYT)
    • Driver Flips School Bus on Atlantic Avenue, Injuring Four (NewsBklyn Paper)
    • David Greenfield Wants Suggestions on Where to Put $600,000 Worth of Pedestrian Clocks (Bklyn Eagle)
    • Keegan Stephan Has Some Suggestions for de Blasio to Pursue Vision Zero Goals (Villager)
    • Jimmy Vacca Wants NYPD to Start Pulling Electric Bicycles Off the Streets Immediately (Post)
    • South Bronx Unite and NRDC Contesting FreshDirect Enviro Review in Appellate Court (Crain's)
    • Fernando Cabrera, Citing Parking and Traffic, Suddenly Cool to Kingsbridge Armory Development (NYT)
    • Bklyn Paper Finds B44 SBS Already Speeding Up Travel Times
    • London Bike Safety: Jan Gehl Looks to NYC As Model (Guardian); DOT's Jon Orcutt Travels to the BBC

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