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8:54 AM EDT on October 11, 2017

    • Bill de Blasio's NYPD Is Out to Punish People for Biking (MetroDNA)
    • New Yorkers Try Shaming Mayor Into Building Protected Bike Lanes (AMNY)
    • De Blasio Knocks Road Pricing in Embarrassing Debate (NYT 1, 2; PoliticoWNYC; NY1)
    • Related: Opponents Attack Mayor for Not Caving to Cuomo's MTA Extortion Gambit (Post)
    • MetroCard Machines Were Still Down Yesterday (Post)
    • DiNapoli Report: NYC Bridges Need $20B in Repairs (Post)
    • Driver Who Killed Heather Lough: Right of Way Law Violates My Rights (Gothamist)
    • NYPD Blames Victim After Driver Runs Over Child in East Flatbush (DNANY1Post)
    • 13 Kids Hospitalized When School Bus Drivers Crash in the Bronx (Post)
    • No Bike Project Is Too Innocuous to Attract NIMBY Ire (Tribeca Trib)

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