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8:51 AM EDT on October 6, 2014

    • No One Is Leaping to Rescue Trans-Hudson Commuters From Impending Disaster (Post, WNYC 1, 2)
    • Cuomo Admin Puts Off Approval of MTA Capital Program, For Now (NewsdayPost)
    • Bill to Expand Transit Tax Benefit in NYC Hits City Council Transpo Committee Today (News)
    • Woman in Critical Condition After Driver Struck Her While She Tended to Her Wounded Dog (News)
    • Fire Truck Driver Injures Pedestrian on Avenue M (Bklyn Paper)
    • SUV Driver Hits Pedestrian on Pitkin Ave, Inflicting Severe Head Injuries (News)
    • Now Can We Get Serious About a Separated Bike Lane Across the Brooklyn Bridge? (News, Post)
    • DA Richard Brown: Borough Hall Garage Essential to Queens Justice System (QChron)
    • The Case Against Spending $1.5 Billion on PATH Extension to Newark Airport (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Which Will Come First for Upstate Cities, Bike-Share or Bike-Friendly Streets? (NYT)

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