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    • Mayor's Fiscal Year Report Card is Out (Capital); Traffic Deaths Down 7 Percent From Last Year (Post)
    • MTA Bus Driver Crushes, Kills Woman on Bedford Avenue in Bed Stuy (Post, News, DNA, Gothamist)
    • Another MTA Bus Driver Strikes a Cyclist and a Pedestrian in Williamsburg (Gothamist)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver on the Loose After Injuring Woman Beneath BQE (Greenpointers)
    • It's Official: Citi Bike Employees Join TWU Local 100 (News)
    • DOT Bans Turns at Deadly Queens Boulevard Intersection; Drivers Gripe at CB Meeting (DNA)
    • Verrazano Bridge Path Advocates Plan Rally for October 18 (Advance)
    • Could EPA's Loan Denial Open Door for Cuomo to Spend Bank Settlement Cash? (Nyack News & Views)
    • Loan or No Loan, State Authorities Budget Office Has Already Started Its Investigation (Capital)
    • Montefiore Revises Riverdale Plan to "Appease Community," Including More Parking (Crain's)
    • Great Images of Women Who Get Around NYC By Bike (Mic)

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