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8:50 AM EDT on September 17, 2015

    • Coalition Led by Times Sq Alliance Releases Report: Keep the Plazas, Curb the Street Performers (NYT)
    • TWU Pays for Ads Backing Team Cuomo's Line on Capital Program Funding (News)
    • Voters Don't Like Cuomo-De Blasio Wars, But Cuomo Comes Out Ahead of Mayor (Politico, News)
    • What Truce? Uber Hires More Political Operatives, Prepares Its Own Report to Rebut City Hall (WSJ)
    • If NJ Transit Keeps Quietly Cutting Service, We Won't Need New Hudson Tunnel (, Bloomberg)
    • Two Officers Under Investigation for Violating NYPD Pursuit Protocol After Motorcyclist Dies (WCBS, Post)
    • Wrong-Way Driver Arrested for Drunk Driving at Holland Tunnel Approach (Gothamist, News, Post, DNA)
    • Cuomo's Willets Point AirTrain Is More of a Wish Than an Actual Plan (Gotham Gazette)
    • New Hudson Yards Subway Station Experiences Its First Delay From Signal Problems (Post)
    • Citi Bike Hitting New Records as System Expands, Approaching 50,000 Trips Daily (News)
    • Monday: Help Plan Better Public Spaces Beneath the BQE and the Brooklyn Bridge (DNA)

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