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8:59 AM EDT on October 30, 2014

    • MTA Bus Driver Kills Man at Same Intersection Where Ella Bandes Was Killed in 2013 (WNBC, WPIX)
    • Cement Truck Driver Kills Man Crossing Northern Boulevard in Astoria (WCBS, WNBC)
    • Turning Driver Injures Elderly Man Crossing Cadman Plaza West at Clark Street (Bklyn Daily Eagle)
    • The Times Editorial Board Is Pleased With the Citi Bike Deal
    • Teen Driver Who Killed Ariel Russo Indicted on New Charges for Dragging Cop With His Car (News)
    • No Charges Yet: NYPD Seeks Witnesses of the Crash That Killed Sui Leung (Bowery Boogie)
    • Trottenberg Opposes Council Bill to Give Free Parking at End of Meter Hours (News, Post)
    • Bushwick's 83rd Precinct Credits Safety Checkpoints With Increase in DWI Arrests (DNA)
    • Bklyn DA Charges Two Drivers for DWI, Manslaughter After Crash That Killed Passenger (WCBS)
    • DOT Finishes Installing Traffic Calming on Park Avenue in Clinton Hill (Myrtle Av Bklyn Partnership)
    • At a Venerable Newspaper, a Victory in the War on Cars (CapNY)

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