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    • New Yorkers Protest Ferguson Decision in Squares, Streets, Highways (NYT, DNA)
    • MTA Officially Releases Reinvention Commission Report Right Before Holiday (WSJ, News, MTR)
    • To Truly Reinvent the MTA, Here's What It Would Have Addressed (Ped Observations2nd Ave Sagas)
    • City Council Triples Number of Blind-Accessible Ped Signal Installations to 75 Annually (WNYC, Observer)
    • 5th Precinct's Claim of Increase in Cyclist-Involved Crashes Isn't Supported by NYPD Data (I Quant NY)
    • State DOT Secures $20 Million for New Ped Bridge to Riverside Park at West 151st Street (DNA)
    • Rockefeller University Expansion Gets $150 Million to Include East River Greenway Upgrades (Crain's)
    • EDC Tries Again to Convert NYPD Parking Garage in Jamaica Into Affordable Housing (DNA)
    • De Blasio Scales Back Taxi Medallion Sale and Accompanying Revenue Forecasts (Gotham Gazette)
    • Crain's Says Billions in Bank Settlement Cash Should Be Spent on Transit
    • Thruway Authority Estimates Hundreds Per Hour Could Use TZB Bike-Ped Path (LoHud)

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