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9:01 AM EDT on September 13, 2012

    • Today Is Primary Day; Here's the Need-to-Know Information Before Going to the Polls (News)
    • Lhota: Days of MetroCard Discounts May Be Numbered (WSJ, NYT, News)
    • CB 3 Transportation Committee Says "No" to Essex Street Curbside Bus Stop (Lo-DownDNANY1)
    • Video of Marilyn Dershowitz Crash Doesn't Match Driver's Account (DNA)
    • Michael Powell's NYT Column Sparks Another Story of Negligent NYPD Investigations (Forbes)
    • Blind Man Struck By Cyclist in Central Park Files ADA Suit Over Enforcement (Daily News)
    • Driver Hits Cyclist, Two Trucks, Parked Car, Falls 30 Feet in Construction Pit (NYTDNANY1)
    • Knicks Point Guard Jason Kidd Says He Will Fight Hamptons Drunk-Driving Charge (Post)
    • DOT Installs New On-Street Bike Parking on Allen Street in Lower East Side (Bowery Boogie)
    • Two Arrested for Beating Homeless Man in Street Before He Was Hit by Driver in St. George (Post)
    • Mark Your Calendars: Cortelyou Road Traffic Calming Forum Set for October 11 (Ditmas Park Corner)

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