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8:55 AM EDT on September 24, 2012

    • Two UES Drivers Crash, Killing Rubin Baum, 80 Year-Old Pedestrian (DNA, NY1, Post)
    • Baum's Injured Wife: "I Want to Know Who Did This"; NYPD: "No Criminality Suspected" (News)
    • Driver Ditches Car After Hitting Man Crossing Northern Boulevard; Victim in Critical Condition (News)
    • 35 Year-Old Motorcyclist Dies Near Queens-Nassau Border After Driver Turns in Front of Him (Post)
    • NYPD Traffic Enforcement Driver in Chinatown Hits 72 Year-Old; Victim Hospitalized (Gothamist)
    • 11 Injured When Car, MTA Bus Crash in East New York, Near Site Where James Neverson Died (News)
    • School Bus Rolls Backward Across Sidewalk, Smashing Bronx Bank Branch; No Injuries (News)
    • More Coverage of Spike in NYC Traffic Deaths From the Observer; Tri-State Calls for Speed Cams
    • State Sen. Greg Ball Looks to Private Partnership for TZB Transit, If Not Bridge Itself (LoHudPatch)
    • Staten Island Politicians Rally Against Possible $2 Verrazano Narrows Bridge Toll Hike (NY1)
    • Bleecker St./Broadway-Lafayette Transfer to Uptown 6 Train Opens Tomorrow (News)
    • Silver, Squadron, Chin Call on DOT to Rethink Permit for New LES Curbside Bus Stop (Lo-Down)
    • News Readers Thank Alex Nazaryan for His Bravery; Another Stands Up for Bike-Share (News)
    • Post Readers Give Suggestions About Bicyclists, Including Names to Call Them (Post)
    • Best Way to Navigate Midtown During UN Road Closures This Week? A Bike, Says Gridlock Sam (News)
    • On-Street Bike Rack Proposed for Wyckoff Avenue and Starr Street in Bushwick (DNA)
    • 8 Council Members to Let Constituents Determine How Some Discretionary Funds Will Be Used (World)

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