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8:56 AM EDT on September 18, 2012

    • Pelagia Zingtapan, 65, Killed by Cab Driver on UES; No Criminality Suspected (Post 1, 2DNA, News)
    • Unlicensed Drunk Driver Slams Into Airport Van Near Radio City, Injuring Four (NewsDNA)
    • High-Speed Collision in Midwood Kills Motorist; No Criminality Suspected (Post)
    • Even Pete Donohue's MTA Fare Hike Analysis Includes a Gratuitous Swipe at Cyclists
    • Vendors Hauling Food Carts, Some by Car, Through Downtown Brooklyn Bike Lanes (Bklyn Paper)
    • DOT Proposes Bike Lanes for Long Island City (NY1)
    • Kips Bay School Building May Be Replaced by Sanitation Garage (DNA)
    • MTA Web Site's Trip Planning Tool Gets an Upgrade (Advance)
    • Cap'n Transit Wishes the Media Would Get It Right When Reporting on the Tappan Zee
    • Times Transpo Beat: Is That Really @JoeLhota on The Twitter?

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