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8:53 AM EDT on September 2, 2015

    • Daily News Says "Accidents Happen," Isn't Satisfied with ROW Settlement That Kept Law In Place
    • Bus Driver and Victim's Family Tell Daily News They Are Both Pleased With Settlement
    • Gothamist Focuses on Bus Drivers, But the Settlement Actually Affects All Drivers Equally
    • TA Activists Want Your Suggestions for the Most Dangerous Streets in Eastern Queens (DNA)
    • Curb-Jumping Driver Smashes Into Forest Hills Storefront (Q Gazette)
    • As Public Advocate, de Blasio Often Drove Staffers Home After Work (WSJ)
    • Already Over Budget and Behind Schedule, Additional Bklyn Bridge Repairs to Last Until 2022 (Politico)
    • Taxi Lender Warns That Balloon Payments Could Sink Medallion Borrowers (Crain's)
    • More Coverage of Citi Bike's UES and UWS Expansion: News, Observer, WCBS, DNA

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