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8:51 AM EDT on October 23, 2015

    • Know Where NYC's Next Bus Terminal Should Go? Port Authority Wants Your Ideas! (PoliticoWNYC)
    • MTA Adding Service to 13 Subway Lines Next June (AMNYGothamist, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Dollar Van Plan: Legalize Street Pick-Ups, Step Up Enforcement of Unlicensed Operators (News, Politico)
    • The Queens Community Board Establishment Insists on Parking Mandates for Everything (QChron)
    • Driving a Cab Without a License Now Carries Criminal Penalties in NYC (Post)
    • 24th Precinct Takes Credit for Absence of Traffic Deaths on Upper West Side This Year (DNA)
    • The Zillionth Story About a Community Board Scared to Trade Parking Spots for a Bikeway (BK Paper)
    • PS 166 in Astoria Wants Car-Free Hours on 34th Street for Kids to Play (DNA)
    • Driver Strikes Pedestrian on Hylan Boulevard in Great Hills (Advance)
    • 37 Apartments to Replace Parking Lot By Metropolitan Ave G Station (YIMBY)

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