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8:55 AM EDT on October 9, 2014

    • Rosenthal and Levine Intro Bill for Summer Study of Car-Free Central Park (CapNY, News, WCBS)
    • It's Shockingly Rare for Drivers Who Crash to Receive Even a Minimal Penalty (WNYC)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures Man on Queens Blvd in Woodside (WPIXWCBS)
    • Truck Driver Injures Six in Forest Hills Store; "No Criminality" (News, Post, DNA, WCBS, WPIX)
    • Damned Bike Lanes on UES (News, Post), Staten Island (Advance), and in Midtown (DNA)
    • DAs to Meet with de Blasio -- Will Vision Zero Be On the Agenda? (WNBC)
    • Cuomo and the MTA: CapNY on Suburban Bias; 2nd Ave Sagas on the Magic Disappearing Governor
    • DCP Study Lays Out Potential Transportation Improvements for Western Queens (NewsTL)
    • Queens Residents Want to Get a Piece of MNR Penn Station Access Project (DNA)
    • Gazette Covers Efforts to Convert Historic Motor Parkway Into Bike-Ped Path
    • 78th Precinct Looking to Replace Curbside Car Parking With Bike Corral (DNA)

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