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8:57 AM EDT on September 17, 2012

    • Gitzella Katz, 93, Killed by Williamsburg Driver Backing Up for Parking; No Charges (PostNews)
    • Bronx Hit-and-Run Driver Ditches Vehicle After Leaving 24 Year-Old in Critical Condition (PostNews)
    • Midtown Driver Hits Van, Injures Five; Charged with Drunk Driving and Vehicular Assault (News)
    • 26 Year-Old Motorcyclist Pinned Between Taxi, Tour Bus in Harlem, Dies (Post, News, DNA, NY1)
    • Truck Driver on Trial for Marilyn Dershowitz Death Says He Had No Idea He Ran Her Over (Post, DNA)
    • Daily News Letter Writer: NYC Is Unsafe for Pedestrians and Bicyclists Are to Blame
    • Norman Steisel Wants NYC Bike-Share to Be All It Can Be (News)
    • Under Pressure from Neighbors, the Met Cuts Fifth Avenue Plaza Seating by Two-Thirds (Post)
    • Assemblyman Tom Abinanti Calls for Modified Tappan Zee Plan; Rejected by Thruway (LoHud)
    • TLC Unveils Dispatch for Riders Wanting One of 223 Accessible Cabs (NY1, Post, Gothamist, DNA)
    • Without Extra Medallion Revenue, City Budget Cuts Will Be Steep (CapNY, WSJ, WNYC, Post)
    • In Queens, Parking Spaces Are Used as Car Sales Lots, Angering Residents (DNA)
    • Queens, Brooklyn Dollar Vans Carry Enough Passengers to Be 20th Largest Bus System in U.S. (WSJ)
    • New Developer-Funded Barclays Center Subway Entrance Opens Today (NewsNY1)
    • Advertising on Subways and Buses Is Seemingly Everywhere, and the Times Is On It
    • Demonstration for Delancey Underground "Lowline" Park Opens on Lower East Side (Post)

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