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    • Astoria Is Ready for Citi Bike (Gothamist)
    • Cuomo's Max Power Philosophy on Cashless Tolls Could End Up Costing Bus and Subway Riders (Voice)
    • 23rd Street Select Bus Service Will Start in November (DNA)
    • Jim Dwyer Endorses Campaign to Turn Around NYC Bus Service (NYT)
    • Bronx Residents Pay More Per Mile on Metro-North Than Richer Westchester Commuters (RPA)
    • 3 and 4 Train Will Be Disrupted for a Month Thanks to 1 Moron in a Box Truck (Post)
    • NY1 on Fall and Winter Traffic Safety Campaign: OK But What About Reckless Pedestrians
    • Brooklyn Spoke Has One Simple Test for Your City's Safety Education Campaign
    • To Staten Island Advance, Drivers Terrorizing Pedestrians Just the Normal State of Things
    • Bullying People Who Want Safer Streets Becoming De Rigueur at Community Board Meetings (Q Trib)
    • Parks Employee Seriously Injures Boy Near SI School (Advance); Post: Child's Fault

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