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9:01 AM EDT on October 26, 2009

    • 12 Injured When Two Fire Trucks Collide in Brooklyn (NYT)
    • Minivan Passenger Killed in East Village Crash; No Charges Filed (Post)
    • Amtrak Lays Out What It Needs to Fully Upgrade Northeast Corridor (Transport Politic)
    • Todd Litman: Johannesburg's New BRT Can Foster Green Transport Throughout Africa (Planetizen)
    • To "Green the Fleet," Quinn, Thompson, and Top Bloomberg Deputies Got New Hybrid Yukons (Post)
    • Latest Innovation From NYPD: "The Rumbler," a Siren You Can Feel in Your Bones (NY1)
    • Is it Unconstitutional for SI Residents To Get a Verrazano Bridge Discount? (MTR, SI Live)
    • Freakonomics: Reckless Cabbie Driving a Result of Poor Incentives
    • Fort Greene Residents Ask 88th Precinct About Dangerous Drivers, Bike Lane Blockers (The Local)
    • News Gets Behind a Tougher Drunk Driving Law to Protect Child Passengers

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