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8:45 AM EDT on September 7, 2016

    • Nicole Gelinas: Is Mayor de Blasio Committed to Ending Traffic Deaths, or Not? (Post)
    • Port Authority Looking to Sell 1 World Trade Center (Crain's)
    • Does NYC Need Another Transportation Planning Body? Anthony Foxx Thinks So (Voice)
    • Construction of the Chrystie Street Bikeway Has Begun (Boogie)
    • What de Blasio Could Learn From the Toronto Streetcar: It Needs Dedicated Lanes to Work (NYT)
    • MTA to Test New R170 Subway Cars, Arriving This Week at 207th Street Rail Yard (AMNY)
    • MTA Board Member, TWU Have Some Ideas on Who Should Build Subway Cars (News)
    • Man Arrested for DWI Crash Suspected of Killing Woman at J’Ouvert Festival (Post, News)
    • The Perils of Storing Your Luxury Car on a NYC Street (DNA)
    • New York Judgeships Are Patronage Appointments (WNYC)
    • Chris Christie: TSTC Lists Stalled NJ Transpo Projects; Get Ready for Bridgegate: The Trial (NYT)

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