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8:57 AM EDT on September 20, 2016

    • MTA Could Save a Lot By Running Access-a-Ride More Efficiently (Crain's)
    • Port Authority Report Keeps Alive the Idea of Bus-to-7-Train Connection in Secaucus (Politico)
    • DOT's Ryan Russo Talks Bicycling, Street Redesign, and Vision Zero With Urban Omnibus
    • Crashes Involving City Employees -- Not Including Cops -- Up 11 Percent in Past Year (Post)
    • Garbage Truck Driver Strikes Woman Cycling on 3rd Ave at 14th Street (DNA)
    • Cop Faces Charges for Hit-and-Run Killing of Pedestrian, But It's the Victim Who's on Trial (Advance)
    • Street-Level Work on 2nd Ave Subway Wraps Up, Clearing the Way for Several Blocks of PBL (NY1)
    • Dov Hikind Agrees "That Safety Is the Top Priority" on Ocean Parkway -- Just Kidding (Yeshiva World)
    • Fare Hike Four Member Hiram Monserrate Remains Selfless and Charming as Ever (Post)
    • The Brooklyn Paper Is All Over This Sinister Plot to Make a Short Block of Schermerhorn Car-Free

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