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8:48 AM EDT on October 27, 2011

    • More on Yesterday's Rally for Family of Mathieu Lefevre From CBS, Gothamist, Observer
    • NYPD Shrugs Off Deadly Hit-and-Run: "That's Why They Call It an Accident." (Metro)
    • Bus Drivers Plead for Safety as Lhota Previews MTA Board Action (NY1, Post)
    • Chris Christie Touts 7 Line Extension; No Funding in Sight (WNYC, Post, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Livery Driver Suspected in Hit-and-Run Death of Morrisania Pedestrian (NY1)
    • Motorcyclist Killed in Hell's Kitchen Cab Collision (DNAinfo)
    • Cuomo Steps Up Inspections of Private Tour Buses (News)
    • Bus Company Promises to End Gender Discrimination on B110 (Post)
    • Stanford Eyes Roosevelt Island for 1.9 Million Square-Foot Tech Campus (Crain's, DNAinfo)
    • NYU Proposes Urban Studies Lab for MTA's Jay St. Building (Bklyn Paper)
    • High Line Nets $20M Donation for Northward Expansion (NYT)

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