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8:53 AM EDT on October 23, 2014

    • Turning Tractor-Trailer Truck Driver Kills Man Crossing Street in Glendale (News)
    • Cuomo and Astorino Agree: Tappan Zee Drivers Shouldn't Pay for Their New Bridge (WXXI)
    • The Subway Set Multiple Ridership Records Last Month (NewsCrain'sRailway Age)
    • De Blasio Quietly Appoints Medallion Owners' Lawyer to Taxi Oversight Post (News, CapNY)
    • New Top Cop at 107th Precinct in Queens Was Crash Victim, Wants to Focus on Vision Zero (News)
    • RPA and MAS Say Madison Square Garden Should Move West to Open Up Penn Station (CapNY)
    • Driver Runs Stop Sign and Hits MTA Bus, Sending It Onto Red Hook Sidewalk (News, WNBC, WPIX)
    • Driver Critically Injures Pedestrian in Oakwood; "No Criminality" (Advance)
    • State DOT Tells CB 1 It'll Get Around to Fixing Battery Park City Bikeway Detour in 2016 (Tribeca Trib)
    • Riders Say Platforms at Roosevelt Avenue Too Crowded; MTA Says CBTC Should Help (DNA)
    • A Check-In From the Visioning Session for a Permanent Diversity Plaza (Jeffrey Tastes)
    • This Is Why We Need Pedestrian Islands With Bollards (West Side Rag)

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