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8:40 AM EST on November 14, 2014

    • Council Passes Bill to Reduce NYC Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 80 Percent (News)
    • NYPD Doesn't Need a Law to Ticket Cyclists for Texting (@KeeganNYC, AMNY)
    • Seems Treyger's Bill Is an Offering to Constituents Who Don't Like Cyclists (CapNY)
    • Three Guesses Where the Post Comes Down; Kallos and Cumbo on Board (Yeshiva World)
    • Real Problem: Unlike FDNY, NYPD Rarely Provides Information on Non-Fatal Crashes (Gothamist)
    • DMV Refuses to Release Transcript of Ahmad Abu-Zayedeh Hearing (Times Ledger)
    • Think Traffic Cameras Are Invasive? If You Drive Your Whereabouts Are Already Tracked (Dem & Chron)
    • DOT Seeks Input on Bushwick Bike Lanes (DNA); Upper West Siders Want M104 Service Back (DNA)
    • Port Authority Transparency Bills Await Action From Cuomo and Christie (AP)
    • New York State Relies on Honor System to Prevent Epileptic Seizures Behind the Wheel (NYT)
    • There's No Limit to What You Can Get Away With as Long as Your Negligence Involves a Car (NYT)

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