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8:59 AM EDT on October 7, 2014

    • WNYC Profiles Lizi Rahman, Who Lost Her Son Asif to Traffic Violence
    • Cuomo: We Don't Know TZB Cost, Tolls, or Financing, But Look at This Sweet Crane (LoHud)
    • Turns Out Bank Settlement Billions Could Go to to Fund Cuomo Infrastructure Bank (LoHud)
    • Elderly Man Seriously Injured After Cabbie Jumps Curb in Midtown (Post, WNBC, WCBS, Gothamist)
    • Driver Jumps Curb, Slams Into Canarsie Dry Cleaners (WCBS)
    • Pity The Motorists Who Are Fined for Breaking the Law -- It's An Outrage (TL)
    • WSJ Covers Transit Tax Benefit Set to Pass Council
    • More Coverage of City Council Hearing on MTA Capital Plan from AMNY
    • NYPD Ticket Fixing Trial: "The Officer Can Just Tear It Up and Throw It Away" (Post)
    • Ghosts of Robert Moses: Goldfeder Advocates for Long-Canceled Expressway (LI Herald)
    • AMNY on the Scourge of "Man Spread" on the Subway

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