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8:59 AM EDT on September 24, 2013

    • TLC Left 4,500 Dangerous Drivers on Road Because of a Spreadsheet Error (DNA, WSJ)
    • Yassky Tells TLC Staff He Plans to Leave Agency Early Next Year (DNA)
    • Michael Munoz, 42, Killed by Curb-Jumping Driver in Whitestone; No Charges Expected (WABC, WNBC)
    • NYPD Arrests Man Who Injured Officers in Hit-and-Run at Astoria Traffic Stop Last Month (WNBC)
    • Crash Victim Sian Green Says She's Nervous to Be on Midtown Sidewalks After Losing Leg (WNBC)
    • Lhota's Wife Once Crashed Her Car While Talking on Cell; Settled Lawsuit in 2008 (DNA)
    • Jay Walder: Transit Should Be Funded by Real Estate, Not Tax Revenue; Citi Bike Is Great (CapNY)
    • Thruway Authority Expects to Get Tappan Zee TIFIA Loan Approval Within 60 Days (LoHud)
    • Liu Unveils "Taxi for All New Yorkers" Proposal to Reduce Access-a-Ride Costs (News)
    • Red Hook Light Rail: Popular Idea Faces Uphill Climb in Transit-Starved Area (2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Ladies and Gentlemen, the Traffic Safety Experts of Your Local Community Board at Work (Bklyn Paper)

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