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9:01 AM EDT on October 19, 2012

    • Municipal Art Society Unveils Concepts for Public Space Near Grand Central (WSJNY1)
    • Sam Schwartz Pitches Toll Plan at MAS Summit (CapNY)
    • When Factoring Housing Plus Transportation Costs, Is NYC Affordable? (WSJ)
    • Tortured Family of Slain Pedestrian Drane Nikac Wants Plea From Kevin Spellman (News)
    • Nassau Cop Killed in LIE Hit-and-Run; Driver Charged with DWI, Manslaughter (Post, WSJ)
    • Schumer Wants FTA to Fast-Track Application to Use S.I. Ferry Land for Retail Complex (Advance)
    • Celeb-Attracting Inwood Restaurant With Valet Parking Says It Cares About Traffic (DNA)
    • After Public Pushback, DOT to Host Curbside Bus Workshop (Lo-Down)
    • Liu Exposes Unfair Traffic Enforcement... But Not That Kind (News)
    • Kensington Pedestrian Plaza Winning Over the Skeptics (Brooklyn Daily)

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