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9:01 AM EDT on August 13, 2015

    • Dump Truck Driver Kills 81-Year-Old Woman on Broadway in Bushwick (WNBC, News)
    • 30-Year-Old Bicyclist Dies of Heart Attack (Post); Initial Reports Were of Hit-and-Run (DNA, WNBC)
    • Taxi Driver, MTA Bus Driver Seriously Injure Man, 56, Crossing Fifth Ave in Midtown (DNA, Post, WNBC)
    • Tish James Wants Left-Turn Signals at 100 Intersections, Reports on ROW Crashes (News)
    • Mark Levine Proposes Legislation to Regulate Car-Share Companies Using Curbside Parking (Politico)
    • The Subway's On-Time Performance Declined Last Year (WSJ)
    • The Oldest Trains in the Subway, From 1964, Won't Get Replaced Until 2022, Instead of 2018 (News)
    • MTA Head of Capital Construction Not Confident in Opening 2nd Ave Subway On Time (Observer)
    • Candidate Christie Promises No New Taxes, While Governor Christie Must Find Transpo Funds (Politico)
    • Citi Bike to Expand to Red Hook, Cobble Hill, Park Slope Next Year (Brad Lander)
    • Commercial Observer Finds Citi Bike Opponents Dwindling, But a Few Just Won't Give Up

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