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8:54 AM EDT on September 26, 2013

    • Advocates: City Leaving $363 Million for Transit on Table in Midtown East Rezoning (CapNY)
    • New Haven Line Metro-North Service Significantly Reduced for Days Due to Power Outage (NYT)
    • After Complaints From Staten Island, DOT Proceeds With Loosening Bus Lane Rules (Advance)
    • DMV Guards Allegedly Took Bribes to Help Commercial Driver's License Test-Takers Cheat (News)
    • Unlicensed Teen Driver Who Killed Ariel Russo Offered Five to 15 Years for Guilty Plea (Post)
    • Manhattan DA Announces Guilty Verdict for Drunk Driver Charged With Vehicular Assault
    • Cabbie Who Severed Tourist's Leg in Crash Says He Can't Sleep, Will Be Back on Road (News)
    • WTC PATH, Like Most Calatrava Projects, Past Schedule and Over Budget (NYT via 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Canadian Firm Got 10% Commission for Managing Citi Bike Sponsorships (Montreal Gazette)
    • Looking at Sixth Avenue, WABC Notes That Seattle's Guerrilla Bike Lanes Became Permanent

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