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8:55 AM EDT on September 8, 2016

    • TransitCenter Report Recommends NYC Work With Uber Et Al. to Augment Transit (AMNY)
    • NYC Cedes Flushing Meadows Corona Park to People Driving to the U.S. Open (TL)
    • Garodnick Bill Would Require NYPD to Publish Its Patrol Guide (Gotham Gazette, Post)
    • After Meeting With de Blasio, Van Bramer Still Opposed to Swapping Parking for Housing (TL)
    • DDC and DOT Are Adding Sidewalk Space on West End Avenue and Broadway (Rag)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Who Ran Over 6-Year-Old in Borough Park Arrested, Charged With Assault (ABC)
    • All World Trade Center PATH Platforms Now Open (NY1)
    • Push Poll Commissioned by Friends of the BQX Finds Overwhelming Support for BQX (News)
    • Gothamist and TA Want Your Ideas for a Reimagined 14th Street
    • Ben Kabak Explains Why the Subway Is Crowded to Crain's Readers
    • Happy Back to School Day, Staten Island (Advance)

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