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9:00 AM EDT on August 25, 2015

    • City’s Own Data Shows Fewer Injuries at Times Square After Plazas Installed (WSJ)
    • Six Injured When Casino Bus Crashes Into Rego Park Building (NYT, News, PostNY1, DNA, WNBC)
    • Schumer Wants $550 Million in Sandy Relief Funds to Repair East River Rail Tunnels (News, Post)
    • Cuomo in Letter to Times: "I Actually Want to Get the Tunnel Done"
    • Uber Wants You to Know It Pays Sales Taxes, But Not the 50 Cent MTA Fee (NY1)
    • As Drivers Switch to Uber, Unused Taxis Stored on Greenpoint Streets (Gothamist via WCBS)
    • Washington Post Covers the Campaign to Use "Crash" Instead of "Accident"
    • Flushing Residents Want Better Transit, More Parks With Flushing West Rezoning (YIMBY)
    • More Coverage of Fixes at Atlantic and Washington (DNA, AMNY, WCBS, AYR, Gothamist)
    • Pedestrian Island Under Construction on E. Gun Hill Road in the Bronx (Norwood News)

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