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    • Ready or Not, It's Election Day: NYTNews
    • Lhota: State and City Must Safeguard Against Future Shutdowns (TransNat); Donohue: Feds Too
    • Dana Rubinstein: Cuomo Finally Takes Ownership of MTA, But Will It Last?
    • Service Returning to A/C, B and Q (TransNat); PATH Begins Limited Service (TransNat)
    • Brooklynites Losing Patience as G and L Remain Under Water (DNACapNYBklyn Paper)
    • East River Bridge Bike Traffic Jumped by 130 Percent Last Thursday (TransNat)
    • Imagining Post-Sandy NYC With Bike Share (Bloomberg)
    • Is This the Most Unhinged Post Attack on Livable Streets Yet?
    • TLC Stops Ride Sharing and Livery Street Hails (CapNY)
    • Woman and Two Children Struck by Van Driver in Williamsburg (Gothamist)
    • Komanoff: Obama Nod Recalls Bloomberg's Long-Held Position on Carbon Tax (CTC)

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