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8:54 AM EST on December 13, 2013

    • FRA Begins 60-Day Comprehensive Review of MNR "Safety Culture" (NYT, WSJ, 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • City Extends Subsidy for East River Ferry, With 10% as Many Users as Citi Bike, Through 2019 (Crain's)
    • Bond Buyers Like TZB Debt But "It's a Question of How Fast They Can Raise Tolls" (Bloomberg)
    • FDNY Considering Device That Alerts Ambulance Operators If They Drive Too Aggressively (WCBS)
    • TA Calls E-Bike Ban Unnecessary; One Police Plaza Has Not Sent Precincts Enforcement Info (Q Chron)
    • Kew Gardens CB Opposes DOT Plan to Convert Streets to One-Way, Wants Comprehensive Study (DNA)
    • CB 3 Committee Asks DOT to Study Traffic Calming at Delancey and Pitt Streets on LES (Lo-Down)
    • NPR Looks at How Bike-Share Systems Can Encourage More Low-Income Riders
    • Cuomo, Christie Talked Privately About GWB (WSJ) as NJ Lawmakers Focus on Christie (WNYC)
    • What Does It Take to Get a Westbound Bus Lane in the Lincoln Tunnel? Super Bowl Tickets (MTR)
    • Streetsblog Chicago Rides M15 Select Bus Service, Thinks Their City's Ashland BRT Will Be Way Better

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