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8:58 AM EDT on August 28, 2013

    • Driver Kills Lakhranee Sookram, 67, Crossing White Plains Road in the Bronx to Catch Bus (News)
    • "Case Closed," NYPD Tells Victim of Sidewalk-Jumping Motorist (Atlantic Cities)
    • If TLC, NYPD, and the DA Won't Act, It's Up to Passengers to Withhold Tips From Reckless Cabbies (IVM)
    • Cyclist Injures Two in Chinatown (News)
    • Driver Flips SUV Onto Hutch Parkway Bike Path; Crash Investigated as Homicide (WNBC, Post)
    • With His History as MTA Chair, Lhota Walks a Fine Line on Campaign Trail (NYT, 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Newly-Revived City Club Claims Midtown East Infrastructure Fund Is "Zoning for Dollars" (NYT)
    • In Queens BP Race, Vallone and Katz Hedge on Support for QueensWay vs. Rail (News)
    • Brownsville's Efforts to Improve Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety Get Attention in City Limits
    • Dante de Blasio: "Transportation Infrastructure! It’s a Lot More Exciting Than It Sounds" (Post)
    • NYPD's Bike Ticket Blitz Goes Multi-Modal (Gothamist)

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