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8:56 AM EDT on October 15, 2013

    • Tabloids Are Talking About "Biker Menace" But For Once It's Not Bicycles (CapNY)
    • ...As the Daily News Publishes New Video of Motorcyclists Running Reds in Columbus Circle
    • Meanwhile, NYPD Arrests Skateboarders for Not Having Permit (Post, News, WABC)
    • 15 Year-Old Girl Dead After Driver Plows Into Church Street Fair in Yonkers (LoHud, WCBS, WNBC)
    • On TV: Random Staten Island Resident Critiques Bus Lanes (WPIX)
    • SI Democratic Council Candidate Mancuso's Transpo Plan Sounds a Lot Like Joe Lhota's (Advance)
    • Queens Casino Interested in Buying Naming Rights to Aqueduct Racetrack Subway Station (News)
    • Tri-State: NJ DOT Must Consider Transit Incentives During Long Pulaski Skyway Shutdown (MTR)
    • Tappan Zee Will Switch to All-Electronic Toll Collection in 18 Months (Times Herald-Record)
    • Proposals Are Due Today for MTA RFP That Includes Verrazano Bridge Path Study (Crain's)

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