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8:53 AM EDT on October 1, 2015

    • City Hall's Times Square Task Force Backs Plazas, Proposes Limits on Performers (NYT)
    • Man Arrested After Intentionally Mowing Down Construction Workers in Midtown (DNA)
    • More Coverage of Uber Driver Who Hit Kids on Bronx Sidewalk (News, Post, Gothamist)
    • Tractor-Trailer Driver Injures Man in Crown Heights Crosswalk (DNA)
    • Port Authority Commissioner Kenneth Lipper Wants Amtrak Ticket Fees to Pay for Tunnel (Politico)
    • Republican Senate Leader Flanagan, Like Cuomo, Thinks City Should Pay More to MTA (Politico)
    • DOT Begins Installing Brooklyn Heights Slow Zone (Bklyn Daily Eagle)
    • State DOT Chief Matt Driscoll Says He May or May Not Tear Down I-81 in Syracuse (Post-Standard)
    • City Now Paying to Run Staten Island Ferry Every 30 Minutes Overnight (NY1)
    • Bayside Enjoys Car-Free Streets on Bell Boulevard Sunday Stroll (TL)
    • LA Metro and the MTA Get Into Twitter Fight in Advance of Mets-Dodgers Series (Post, Gothamist)

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