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8:59 AM EST on December 2, 2013

    • Metro-North Derailment Kills Four, Injures 63; NTSB Launches Investigation (NYT 1, 2, WSJ, Post)
    • Three Peds, One Cyclist Killed in 30 Minutes in Three Boros on Wednesday (NYT, Post, Gothamist, WPIX)
    • They Include: Pedro Lopez, 54 (DNA, TL), Lizette Sorrano, 59, and Marion Anderson, 47 (Advance)
    • NYPD Traffic Agent, 71, Killed; Ray Kelly: It's an Accident on a Dangerous Job (NYT, Post, News, DNA)
    • Post Spotlights Rising Number of NYC Pedestrian Deaths in Front Page Story
    • Errol Louis: Ending Carnage on Streets "A Fight Worth Having" for Bill de Blasio (News)
    • 20 MPH Speed Limit Booster David Greenfield Still Wants City to Stop Writing Parking Tickets (WCBS)
    • Richard Brodsky Still Defending NYC's Regressive Toll System (WCBS)
    • TZB Transit Focuses on Route 59; McDonald: Existing Ridership Too Low to Offer More Service (LoHud)
    • Daily News Editorial Supports Assembly Member Goldfeder's Study of Rockaway Branch Rail Service
    • Brooklyn Paper Puts Out Word of Tuesday's Street Safety Forum in Park Slope

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