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8:57 AM EDT on September 4, 2014

    • WTC Transit Hub Overruns Have Stalled Other, More Important Investments (WSJ)
    • NYC Named America's Best Cycling City: NewsPostAMNYWCBS Cover Announcement
    • CapNYWNYC Report on Trottenberg's Remarks on Alta, REQX, and Delayed Citi Bike Deal
    • Woman, 82, Dies After Driver Struck Her and Two Others on South Street Last Week (Lo-Down)
    • Unlicensed Teen Who Killed Ariel Russo Busted for Dragging Cop With Car (NYT, News, Post, WCBS)
    • Op Safe Cycle: NYPD Gave Out 4,300 Summonses to Bikers and 3,200 to Drivers in Bike Lanes (NY1)
    • More Coverage of City Council's Proposed Hit-and-Run Fines From News, WCBS
    • Off-Duty DSNY Worker Charged with Drunk Driving in Outerbridge Crossing Crash (Advance)
    • Tonight: LES BID Presents Orchard Street Plan to Manhattan CB 3 (Lo-Down)
    • Cross Bay Boulevard Gets 86 Bike Racks (Queens Courier)
    • Last Remaining East Village Gas Station Shuts Down, Will Become Apartments (EV Grieve)

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