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8:56 AM EDT on October 15, 2015

    • Kaehny: Public Needs to Know Where State's MTA Contribution Will Come From (Gotham Gazette)
    • Vision Zero: NYPD Caught Painting Parking Spots in Schermerhorn Bike Lane (@jooltman via Gothamist)
    • NJ Transit Board Votes to Lead Gateway Environmental Review (NYT)
    • Thanks to Chris Christie, Missing NJ Transit Late-Night Trains Aren't Coming Back (WNYC)
    • Ydanis Rodriguez Wants DOT to Study Light Rail (Politico)
    • City Audits Health Factors and Life Expectancy by Neighborhood (PoliticoPost)
    • This Is Rich: The Staten Island Advance Is Freaking Out Over Expected Ferris Wheel Traffic
    • Parents and Schools Are Desperate to Protect Children From NYC Drivers (Express, R'dale Press)
    • Traffic Light Coming to Eighth Avenue and Windsor Place in Park Slope (DNA)
    • Uber's Courier Service Doesn't Use Cars (Post)
    • Well, at Least Ed Koch Is Resting Peacefully (DNA)

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