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8:53 AM EDT on September 25, 2015

    • Richard Ravitch Talks Some Sense About the MTA Funding Drama (NY1 via MTR)
    • NYT Profiles Tom Prendergast, Team Cuomo Surrogate
    • MTA Readies Cuts to Capital Program If Funding Doesn't Materialize (Post)
    • Staten Island Advocates Still Hopeful Capital Program Will Include North Shore BRT (Advance)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Still on the Loose After Killing 89-Year-Old in Throggs Neck (Bx Times)
    • More Coverage of Port Authority Bus Terminal Inaction (NYT, Politico,, WCBS)
    • Meet the New Bronx DA, Courtesy of the Bronx County Democratic Party (NYT, News 1, 2)
    • State DOT: Kosciuszko Bridge Replacement Is On Schedule (Bklyn Paper)
    • New Traffic Signal and Crosswalks in South Beach (Advance), Speed Hump in Castle Hill (Bx Times)
    • Some Bike Thieves Are Downright Savage (DNA)
    • Does NYC DOT Really Think a Gift Certificates Sweepstakes Will Reduce Car Use? (Q Chron)

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