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    • Kenneth Yard, 65, Killed in Front of His Wife by MTA Bus Driver on Rockaway Blvd (WABC, Post)
    • De Blasio Takes Lead (NYT, News, CapNY); Last Night's Debate Didn't Touch Transpo (WABC, NY Mag)
    • Mark-Viverito, Espaillat, and Levine Ask DOT to Back 125th Street SBS Plans (MTR)
    • MTA Trying to Cut $270,000 Annually on Cars Used to Fetch Bus Drivers (News)
    • Citi Bike Suing Its Insurer for $6 Million on Top of $5 Million Recovered From Sandy Losses (WNYC)
    • Cap'n Transit Runs Some Back-of-Envelope Bike-Share Financials
    • Stephen Smith: Improve Penn With Through-Trains and Grand Central Connection (Observer)
    • FreshDirect Clears Land Use Hurdle in South Bronx, Opening Gates for $138 Million Subsidy (News)
    • NYPD Officer Pleads Not Guilty to DWI Charge in Wrong-Way LI Crash (WCBS)
    • More New Yorkers Live and Work in Same Borough Than a Decade Ago (News, Partnership for NYC)
    • Countdown Clocks on Tap for Busy SI Intersection (Advance)

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