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8:58 AM EDT on October 8, 2015

    • WSJ: De Blasio to Offer MTA $2 Billion, If Albany Will Keep Cuomo's Hands Off
    • Cuomo Continues to Duck Responsibility for His MTA (PoliticoNews)
    • DiNapoli Report Finds Virtually Zero NYC DWI Offenders Are Using Interlocks (News)
    • Francisco Moya: Let's Make 111th Street Safe by Keeping People on the Margins (DNA)
    • Advance Profiles Latest Hylan Boulevard Traffic Violence Victims ... (1, 2)
    • ... As James Oddo Twitter-Blocks "Lunatics" Who Question Him on Street Safety (@2AvSagas)
    • Drivers Kill Pedestrian on LIE, Injure Another on Upper East Side (News)
    • Getting Away With Deadly Traffic Violations Is Super Fun, If You Write for the Post
    • 88th Precinct Too Busy Harassing People for Being Outside to Enforce Traffic Laws (DNA)
    • Park Slope Civic Council Campaigns to Revive the B71, Lost in 2010 Service Cuts (Bklyn Paper)
    • Sunnyside NIMBYs: How Odd That a Residential Structure Should Displace Motorcar Storage (Gazette)

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