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9:00 AM EDT on August 26, 2015

    • Turning Driver Kills Carol Carboni, 52, on Mobility Scooter on Nostrand Ave; No Charges (Post, News)
    • NYPD Tickets Driver Who Cut Off Casino Bus Before Its Driver Crashed Into Building (AP, News)
    • Citizens Budget Commission: Uber's Growth Threatens MTA Funding Source (Politico)
    • Crain's Runs the Numbers on Street Safety in NYC, with a Special Call-Out on Bike Injuries
    • Police Seek Hudson River Greenway Cyclist Who Left After Hitting Toddler (Gothamist, WCBS)
    • Bronx Democrats Plan to Oust DA Robert Johnson, Replace Him With New Candidate (Post 1, 2)
    • Senator David Carlucci's Plan to Keep Tappan Zee Tolls Low Relies on Toll Evaders (LoHud)
    • Borelli Announces Funding for New Road Beneath Outerbridge Crossing (Advance)
    • Citi Bike on Staten Island? Eventually, de Blasio Says (Advance, DNA)
    • 56-Unit Condo Building With 150 Parking Spaces to Replace 550-Car UES Garage (YIMBY)

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