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9:00 AM EDT on September 19, 2012

    • James Neverson, 63, Killed Walking to Work; Driver Unlikely to Face Charges (DNA, Post, News)
    • Man Steals Hummer, Crashes Into Cars, Restaurant in Chelsea, Injuring 8 (NY1, Gothamist, DNA, News)
    • Port Authority Appeals Court Decision; Refuses to Release Study on Negative Impact of Truck Tolls (NY1)
    • Red Light Camera Revenue Down 33 Percent; City Officials: Cams Are Doing Their Job (NY1)
    • Overhead Catenary Wire Failure During Storm Strands Thousands on Metro North (WSJ)
    • City Politicians Push for Law Change So More Subway Sexual Harassers Get Prosecuted (News)
    • Putnam County State Sen. Greg Ball Proposes Public-Private Partnership for TZB (LoHud)
    • Cuomo's Next Budget: Expect Zero Budget Increases, Except Schools and Medicaid (Times Union)
    • East Village Is Home to NYC's First Bike-Friendly Business District (Bowery Boogie, Animal)
    • MTA Toll and Fare Hikes Would Include Cash-Paying Bridge and Tunnel Drivers, Too (News)
    • Joe Lhota Proposes Fewer MTA Board Meetings, New Semiannual Online Forum  (SAS, CapNY)

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