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8:56 AM EDT on September 15, 2015

    • Alexa Cioffi, 21, Killed While Bicycling After Boat Trailer Detaches, Strikes Her (Advance, News, Post)
    • Turning Van Driver Critically Injures Flatiron Pedestrian; No Charges (News, Post)
    • The News Isn't Having Any of Cuomo's Spin: He's to Blame for MTA's Maintenance Failings
    • Up to 10,000 NYC Cars to Be Equipped in US DOT "Smart Vehicle" Pilot (WSJ, Verge, News, AP)
    • Gelinas Praises Bloomberg for Championing 7 Train Extension (Post)
    • But Those Extra-Long Escalators Could Become a Maintenance Nightmare (News, Post)
    • Start Planning Your Travel Now for When the Pope Hits Town (Advance, DNA, PIX)
    • Cuozzo Celebrates: City to Remove 32nd Street Benches for Pope's Visit (Post)
    • NYT Visits Site of Hamilton Heights Bike-Ped Bridge Under Construction to Hudson River Greenway
    • Hide Your Kids, Hide Your Wife: UES Parents Cower in Fear of Citi Bike Station (DNA)

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