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9:00 AM EDT on September 10, 2012

    • Speeding Driver Launches Over Speed Bump, Hits House in Williamsbridge (Post)
    • Post Claims 6 1/2 Avenue Stop Signs Are Causing Gridlock; Observer Looks at the Facts
    • School Bus Driver Charged in Corona Crash That Injured 16 (DNA)
    • Bike Lane Critique From Daily Newser Alex Nazaryan Is Actually a Good Argument for More Bike Lanes
    • Assembly Member Matthew Titone: The Case for Speed Cameras (HuffPo)
    • "Another Week, and Still No Discernable Enforcement of Traffic Laws" (Ditmas Park Corner)
    • Victory for Man Who Fought for Stop Light at East 85th and East End Avenue for Six Years (NYT)
    • Taxi of Tomorrow Gets Blasted at TLC Hearing (CapNY)
    • Thruway Authority Studying Electronic Tolls; Higher Tolls May Be Coming (Times Union)
    • Margaret Chin in Favor Of LES Curbside Bus Stop Proposal; Urges More Input  (NY1)
    • Cap'n Transit Continues the History of How NYC's Overnight Parking Ban Was Eliminated
    • MTA's Oldest Subway Cars Get Rehab to Make It Through Final Few Years (SAS)
    • Fearing Increase In Diesel Truck Traffic, South Bronx Activists Expand FreshDirect Suit (News)

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