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8:43 AM EDT on October 12, 2015

    • Cuomo, de Blasio Reach Deal on MTA Capital Funding (PoliticoNYT, WSJNews, PostWNYC, AMNY)
    • WSJ Has the Story of How the Deal Came Together
    • The Scales in That Fight Were Tilted Toward Cuomo (NYT)
    • Where Will Cuomo's $8.3 Billion for the MTA Come From? Not From New Taxes (News)
    • Why the C Train Needs Attention From the MTA Capital Program (News)
    • Squadron Report Paints Sorry Picture of Subway Stations in His District (AMNY)
    • Some North Brooklyn Subway Entrances Have Been Locked Shut for a Generation (AMNY)
    • NYC Desperately Needs Better Curb Management and Delivery Policies (WNYC)
    • DOT Has a Plan to Make Streets Safer Near Valentino Pier in Red Hook (DNA)
    • Man on Citi Bike Falls Off QBoro Bike Path, Suffers Serious Injuries (Post)
    • Looking for a New Trip Planning App? Try Citymapper (NYT)

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