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8:58 AM EDT on October 21, 2013

    • Ethel Rubenstein, 69, Killed by Driver in Borough Park Last Night (WNBCAP)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Antonio Ramirez, 40, Where DOT Rejected Slow Zone (Post, WNBC, News)
    • Witnesses: Taxi Driver Ran Red, Critically Injuring Self in Midtown Crash; NYPD: No Charges (News)
    • MTA May Consider Articulated Subway Trains, Which Boosted Capacity in Toronto by 10 Percent (NYT)
    • Jimmy Vacca Is Worried That DOT Won't Expand Slow Zones Quickly Enough (Bronx Times)
    • Post Ignores Biz Community Support, Seeks Out Retailers Against Amsterdam Avenue Traffic Calming
    • Crain's Looks at NYPD Contenders, Including Bratton
    • Chris Ward: "The Governor Has Realized" He Can't Fund Capital Projects on Fares and Tolls (CapNY)
    • Mayoral Candidate Jack Hidary Talks Taxis, Technology and Paris Car-Share (NYT)
    • Construction Begins on New SIRR Station, Replacing Two Other Stations and Adding Parking (DNA)
    • To Compete With WSJ's Rabinowitz, Someone Get Nora Ephron's Sister on Video (NYT, Bklyn Spoke)

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