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8:57 AM EDT on September 24, 2015

    • City Readies for Pope Carmageddon (NYT, WSJ), But Mitchell Moss Isn't Worried (Politico)
    • Imagine, Just for a Second, If the Pope Didn't Get Driven Around Manhattan (New Yorker, News)
    • Queens CB 7 Votes Against Q44 Select Bus Service in Flushing (TL)
    • Observer and 2nd Avenue Sagas Are Sick of the Political Drama Over MTA Funding
    • Army Corps Inspects Shore Road Promenade to Assess Flooding Problems (Bklyn Daily Eagle)
    • Hit-and-Run TLC Driver Injures Man at Amsterdam Ave and 106th (West Side Rag)
    • Motorcyclist Dies After Crashing on Cypress Hills Street (News); Speed Likely a Factor (@NYPD104Pct)
    • Real-Time Bus Time Info Will Now Include Minute Estimates, Not Just Distance (Forum)
    • The Case for a Brooklyn-Queens Waterfront Streetcar (Bklyn Daily Eagle)
    • City Spends $5.87 on Each SI Ferry Rider (Advance) and Electeds Can't Get Enough (Forum)
    • Carl Heastie Among Lawmakers Who Left Albany With Unpaid Parking Tickets (News)

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