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8:58 AM EDT on October 14, 2011

    • EDC to Replace Yankee Stadium Lots With Housing, Retail -- And Garages Will Still Be Bankrupt (News)
    • Four Months Late, NYPD Releases Crash Data, Showing 4,813 Traffic Injuries in August (WSJ)
    • US Attorney: City Taxi System Violates Americans With Disabilities Act (NYTWSJ)
    • For Championing MTA Payroll Tax Repeal, Lee Zeldin Earns 2011 "Oil Slick" Award (CapTon)
    • Most MTA Elevators and Escalators Work, But Those Broken Rarely Get Fixed (NYT)
    • Potential MTA Chief Joe Lhota Has the Support of Staten Island Republicans (Advance)
    • De Blasio: Uncompetitive Bidding Lets School Bus Operators Take NYC For a Ride (News)
    • MTA Hopes to Sell Bronx Property to Big Box Developer (News)
    • Columbia Students Try to Improve Taxi Dispatching at JFK (WSJ)
    • Here's One We Haven't Heard Before: Bikes Are Too Noisy (WPIX)

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