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8:52 AM EDT on September 2, 2016

    • DDC Expects Six-Year East Houston Street Project to Wrap This Month (DNA)
    • De Blasio Says Cops' Discipline Records Should Be Public (DNA); Why Is NYPD Hiding Them? (DNA)
    • Uber Has a Thought on How Uber Could Profit From L Train Shutdown (Politico, AMNYPost)
    • Under Pressure From Cuomo, Developers Scramble to Make It Easier to Drive to LGA (Times Ledger)
    • Polling Site Moved for Brooklyn Heights Seniors Afraid They'd Die in Traffic (Bklyn Paper 1, 2)
    • If These Folks Wanted DOT to Undo Traffic-Calming They Wouldn't Still Be Waiting (DNA, Press)
    • Cab Driver Assaults Female Passenger in Williamsburg, Flees Scene (DNA)
    • Police Mostly Helpless Against Dirt Bike Riders Who Tore Through Times Square (Post)
    • Advance Wants Cops to Confiscate Vehicles From Dangerous, Law-Breaking ... Kids on Bikes
    • Queens Gazette Account of Astoria Curb-Jump Death Could Be Worst News Article Ever Published
    • Dealing With People in Cars From the Confines of a Toll Booth as Awful as You'd Imagine (NYT)

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