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8:54 AM EDT on September 29, 2015

    • De Blasio: TWU Ad Blaming Him for Subway Funding Gap "Pitiful" (Politico, News)
    • City's Capital Plan Is Already a Stretch; Can de Blasio Afford to Pay More to MTA? (City Limits)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills "Inebriated" Man, Who Died of Injuries Two Weeks Later (WPIX, Advance)
    • Owner of Grand Central Sues City Over Rezoning for Office Mega-Tower Next Door (NYT)
    • WSJ Columnist Tests Out Citi Bike, Finds NYC Isn’t Bike-Friendly Enough
    • WNYC Maps Where Citi Bike Stations Are Consistently Full or Empty
    • GE in Discussions With DOT About Piloting Sensor-Laden "Smart" Street Lights in NYC (DNA)
    • Highway Patrol Officers Sued for Excessive Force During Staten Island Traffic Stop (Post)
    • Brooklyn Spoke: NYC Should Allow Cyclists to Follow Leading Ped Signals, Like DC Does
    • Governors Island Will Get a Boost in Ferry Service From Brooklyn Next Year (DNA)
    • Is Anyone Really Surprised That Citi Bike Is Faster Than a Crosstown Helicopter? (HuffPo)

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