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8:55 AM EDT on October 3, 2011

    • Zoning Rules Force Luxury Towers, Public Housing Alike to Overbuild Parking (Crain's)
    • Scaled-Back Toll Hike Means No Bus Garage at Port Authority, Worse Transit Service (Record)
    • Cuomo Already Has Short List for Ward Replacement, Topped by Patrick Foye (NYTWSJ)
    • 700 Protesters Arrested for Walking on Brooklyn Bridge Vehicular Lanes (NYT)
    • New Jersey Strikes Deal With Feds Over ARC Repayment (WSJ)
    • High-Tech Signal System Didn't Survive Lightning Hit as Intended, Taking Out LIRR (NYT)
    • Cuomo Administration Walks Back Self-Administered Eye Exam Policy (Post)
    • Ed Koch May Not Like the UN, But He Loves the East Side Greenway Plan (News)
    • Greenway Earns NYT Editorial Endorsement as Well
    • WSJ's Numbers Guy: Hunter Bike/Ped Study Didn't Say What Media Thought It Did
    • Sadik-Khan Explains Her Safety-First Approach to Boston Globe

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