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8:59 AM EDT on September 28, 2012

    • Cab Driver Hits Woman, 64, on South Street in Manhattan; Victim in Critical Condition (DNA)
    • Suspected Drunk Driver Plows Into S.I. Home at 4 A.M.; Injures Woman and Daughter (PostNews, DNA)
    • Cyclist Struck by Driver at Division and Marcy Avenues in Brooklyn (DNA)
    • Family of Alexander Martinez Wants Safer Queens Boulevard; Search Still On for Driver (News)
    • More Delancey Street Safety Coverage: AMNYTransNatNY1Gothamist
    • Regina Coleman, 50, Dies in Hutchinson Parkway Crash; "No Criminality" (NewsDNA)
    • Manslaughter Trial for Driver of Overturned Bronx Bus Begins (NY1PostNews)
    • Traffic Fatalities Up 9% Nationwide in First Half of 2012, But NYC Jumped 23% in FY 2012 (CapNY)
    • Cuomo Announces "Drivers First" Initiative, "To Prioritize the Convenience of Motorists" (Gov's Office)
    • EDC: S.I. Ferris Wheel Will Increase Parking to 2,200 Spaces, But Most Will Arrive on Ferry (Advance)
    • New Riders Alliance Finds a Transit Advocacy Niche in NYC (CapNY)
    • Yesterday's MTA Board Meeting Was an Exciting One (News, WSJ, Times)
    • Yonah Freemark Examines Metro-North Opportunities in the Bronx (TTPolitic)

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