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    • Riders Alliance: Making the Q70 to LaGuardia Free Would Be Worth It (2AS, News, DNA, Gothamist)
    • Antonio Reynoso's Bill to Give Cyclists Discretion at Red Lights Makes Too Much Sense for the Post
    • Turning MTA Bus Driver Seriously Injures Man in LES Crosswalk, No Charges (Gothamist)
    • Schumer, Donovan Promise to Restore Full Funding for Big City Transit in Final Transpo Bill (Advance)
    • 109th Precinct Commander: Flushing "Safety" Campaign Not About Jaywalking Tickets (Times Ledger)
    • Cuomo Signs Bill to Get More Drunk Drivers to Install Ignition Interlocks (News)
    • Council Member Maria del Carmen Arroyo Is Resigning (Politico)
    • Daily News to TLC: Get Tough on Cabbies Who Refuse Black Passengers
    • Tell Cornell How You Want to Fix Congestion in NYC, and Cornell Will Tell Electeds (NBC)
    • How to Get Through Thanksgiving in NYC: Don't Drive (AMNY)

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