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8:07 AM EDT on September 29, 2016

    • Shocker: No One Knows How the MTA Will Pay for Cuomo's Penn Station Overhaul (WNYCNY1, WSJ)
    • De Blasio Signs Bills to Expand Pedestrians' Right of Way and Allow More Bikes in Buildings (@ydanis)
    • Just in Time for Fall, Prendergast Acknowledges Recurring Hot Car Problem on the 1 Train (NY1)
    • MTA Might Close Columbus Circle Subway Entrances at Night, Because of Shops (WSR)
    • DOT Official Says Federal Driverless Car Guidelines Not a Fit for Walkable NYC (AMNY)
    • Wheelchair User Advocate: Uber No Substitute for Access-A-Ride (Crain's)
    • DOT Replaces Gowanus Bond Street Sharrows With Painted Bike Lane (DNA)
    • Complaints Prompt Parks Department to Rework Wheelchair Ramp for UES Waterfront Bridge (DNA)
    • Richard Brodsky Chimes In on Cuomo Scandals and Empire State Development Corp. (News)
    • Meadowlands Mall Clears Suit and Taxpayers Might End Up Subsidizing Construction (WNYC)

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