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8:57 AM EST on November 6, 2014

    • Center-Lane Busways Among Several Options for Woodhaven and Cross Bay Boulevard SBS (CapNY)
    • Crash Data: City Pedestrians Who Follow Traffic Rules Put Themselves in Mortal Danger (WNYC)
    • Man Struck in Northern Boulevard Crosswalk Is Eighth MTA Pedestrian or Cyclist Fatality of 2014 (News)
    • MTA Bus Driver Dishes on What Pedestrians and Cyclists Are Doing Wrong (Gothamist)
    • Operation Safe Cycle: Midtown South Precinct Ticketing Cyclists for Safe and Legal Riding (Gothamist)
    • Parents Beg for Safety Fixes Outside Washington Heights A Train Station; DOT: We'll Think About It (DNA)
    • Locals Want to Make Public Plaza Out of Concrete Expanse on Upper West Side (DNA)
    • New York City Parks Commissioner Apparently a Part-Time Gig Now (Post)
    • NYPD Pledges to Enforce City's Prohibition on Electric Bikes (Gazette)
    • NYT Seems Comforted by the Prospect of 25 MPH Having Little Effect; Advance Asks the Experts

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