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8:57 AM EST on November 12, 2014

    • Where's the MTA Reinvention Commission Report? The Commission Wants to Know, Too (CapNY)
    • De Blasio Backs Council Bill to Solve Major Street Safety Problem (NYTNewsGothamistBklyn Spoke)
    • Health Department Sees Vision Zero, Safe Routes to School as Health Equity Policy (CapNY)
    • Moms in Central Queens Say Aggressive Drivers Make Them Scared to Cross the Street (DNA)
    • MTA Wants Funds But Won't Say How Much New Metro-North Line in Bronx Will Cost (YIMBY)
    • NYPD Traffic Agent Chases Down Driver Who Hit Him And Fled Scene (News)
    • Off-Duty NYPD Officer Arrested for DWI in Marine Park (Bklyn Daily)
    • Double-Decker Tour Bus Hits Sidewalk Scaffolding in Lower Manhattan, Injuring One (WCBS)
    • Flatbush Avenue Extension Gas Station for Sale for $27 Million; Likely to Become Housing (Crain's)
    • Man Kills Two in Melrose, Allegedly for the Crime of Sitting on His Car Hood (NYT, Post)
    • Father Who Lost Daughter in Traffic Crash Sets Up Display Showing Drivers Their Speed (JP Updates)

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