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8:58 AM EDT on September 11, 2015

    • Barry Grodenchik Wins Primary to Replace Mark Weprin in Council (NY1, News, Observer, Politico)
    • Times Square Alliance Backs Plan From Electeds to Keep Plazas and Deal With Desnudas (News)
    • Queens CB 10 (Q Chron) and Rockaway Rail Advocates (TL) Afraid of Bus Lanes on Woodhaven
    • Officer Who Arrested James Blake Also Has Aggressive Sidewalk Biking Arrest in His History (News)
    • In Wake of United Scandal, Loretta Weinberg Wants Port Authority to Rethink PATH Extension (WCBS)
    • NYT Unravels the Bizarre Series of Transportation Scandals Emanating From Christie Administration
    • Meet One of NYC's Safest Cabbies (News)
    • Driver Slams Into Doctor's Office on Queens Boulevard in Woodside (WNBC)
    • G Train Derails Near Hoyt-Schermerhorn; No Major Injuries (NYT, News, DNA)
    • CB 6 Wants EDC to Find More Accessible Red Hook Ferry Stop (Bklyn Paper)
    • Why Bicycling in "America's Best Bicycling City" Is Still Not All That Great (Thrillist via Bklyn Spoke)

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