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8:58 AM EDT on September 4, 2013

    • Q Poll Puts de Blasio Past 40 Percent Runoff Threshold (NYT, WSJ, News, Post, Crain's)
    • All Five Leading Dems Tell Debate Audience They're Against East River Bridge Tolls (NY1)
    • More Coverage of StreetsPAC's de Blasio Endorsement From CapNYNewsWNYC
    • UWS Council Candidate Gotbaum Pulled Over for Cell Phone, Arrested for Suspended License (News)
    • Council Candidates Cohen and Stanton Split Over Putnam Trail Paving (Bronx Bureau)
    • Cyclists in Riverside Park Beware: NYPD Searching for Thieves Targeting Greenway Riders (News)
    • Driver Treats Manhattan as Racetrack, Sets Speed Record, Says He's Not "Bad or Reckless" (Jalopnik)
    • State Senator Addabbo Wants Speed Cams Near Howard Beach Schools (Queens Courier)
    • Chinatown Curbside Bus Operators Seek to Increase Service (DNA, Lo-Down)
    • You Can Now Tap a Contactless Credit Card on Some LIRR and Metro-North Ticket Machines (WPIX)
    • A New Map Tracks Bus Time Location Data in Real Time (Animal)

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