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8:55 AM EST on December 11, 2015

    • October Set New Records for Subway Ridership (AMNY, News); Kabak: What Now?
    • SI Borough Board Votes Against Affordable Housing; Oddo: Density Not Welcome Here (Politico)
    • Crashes Increase 13 Percent as 24th Precinct Focuses on Ticketing Cyclists (DNA)
    • Cyclist Injured After Psychopath Strings Rope Across Prospect Park Bike Lane (Gothamist)
    • Family of Meg Charlop: NYC Needs Traffic Cams and Prosecutions for Deadly Recklessness (Eagle)
    • Port Authority Will Help Rupert Murdoch Make Rent (NYT, Bloomberg)
    • How Does Trolling Safety Advocates Online Help Ken Thompson's Office Advance Vision Zero?
    • DOT to Install Mid-Block Crosswalk on Clinton Street Between Grand and East Broadway (DNA)
    • Cuomo Awards State Economic Development Grant Money to Staten Island Mall (Crain's)
    • How Jay Walder and Co. Turned Citi Bike Around (Fast Company)

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