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8:51 AM EDT on October 2, 2015

    • City Hall Could Send $1B to MTA If Cuomo Enacts Lockbox and City Controls More Spending (News)
    • Council Bill Would Require NYPD to Release More Crash and Enforcement Data on Truck Routes (Post)
    • Foxx: NJT to Lead Hudson Tunnel Environmental Study, Amtrak to Take on Engineering (NYT)
    • With Post-Sandy Recovery Still Underway, MTA Says It's Ready for Joaquin (WSJ, WNYC)
    • TA: De Blasio Should Visit Victims Mowed Down on Sidewalk by Bronx Uber Driver (News)
    • DSNY Takes Over Study of Private Trash Haulers After Delays in Getting Trip Data (City Limits)
    • MTA Pilots Two Types of Warning Tech on Buses -- One Blames Victims, the Other Alerts Drivers (News)
    • Cyclist Sues UPS for Blocking Bike Lanes (DNA) But Can He Sue DOT for Broken Parking Policy?
    • GM Tests Out Car-Share Service in Manhattan -- at One Location (Bloomberg)
    • Christie Calls for Tax Cuts to Offset Gas Tax Increase, But Not NJ Transit Fare Hikes (MTR)
    • Elizabeth Crowley Really Likes the Idea of East-West Light Rail on LIRR Freight Line (Q Chron)

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