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8:56 AM EDT on October 20, 2017

    • Pandering to Cranks, de Blasio Declares War on Working Cyclists (NewsDNA, TA, Post, Bklyn Spoke)
    • Congrats WNYC for Amplifying Grievances That Sparked Mayor's Sadistic, Pointless E-Bike Crackdown
    • Meanwhile: Semi Truck Driver Kills Cyclist Near Site of E-Bike Presser; NYPD Blames Victim (Rag)
    • Conflict-Obsessed Media Missing the Point on Manhattan Robocar Testing (PoliticoNews, Post, NY1)
    • Fingers Crossed 2AS Fire System Will Be Operational a Year After Stations Opened (PoliticoPost)
    • Just In: City Bus Service Won't Be Truncated for Winter (AMNY)
    • Box Truck Driver Critically Injures 9-Year-Old Boy in East New York -- "No Criminality" (DNANY1)
    • SI DA Throws Book at Unlicensed Driver Who Fled After Nearly Running Over Kids on Sidewalk (DNA)
    • Just Another High-Speed Crash on Hylan Boulevard (Advance)
    • West Side NIMBYs Invoke Jane Jacobs to Fight Parking Garage for Supportive Housing Swap (DNA)

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