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8:57 AM EDT on September 9, 2014

    • It's Primary Day! Check Out Your Voter Guide and Find Your Polling Place
    • De Blasio, Honoring Safe Cabbies, Says Traffic Deaths Down 8 Percent This Year (CapNY, NY1)
    • Gothamist Interviews Dulcie Canton About NYPD's Refusal to Investigate Hit-and-Run
    • SL Green Unveils $210 Million in Grand Central Upgrades as Part of New Tower (CapNY, Crain's)
    • Greg Mocker Looks at Vision Zero Map, Tries to Cross Queens Boulevard in Forest Hills (WPIX)
    • Man Arrested for Running Over Cop's Foot as He Fled SI Traffic Stop (Advance)
    • After Rejecting Council's Offer, Bratton Now Says He Wants 1,000 More Cops (Observer, News)
    • The Saga of the Closed Pedestrian Bridge to Brooklyn Bridge Park Continues (Gothamist, News)
    • Queens CB 2 Unanimously Backs Pedestrian Safety Fixes in Long Island City (Gazette)
    • NYC May Be the Tops for Biking in the US, But Suffolk County Is the Worst (MTR)
    • Celebrities: They Tweet at Citi Bike, Just Like Us! (NY Mag)

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