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8:50 AM EDT on October 3, 2016

    • Someone Had to Die Before Chris Christie Raised the NJ Gas Tax (NYT, WNYC)
    • Feds Were Investigating NJ Transit Safety Problems Before Hoboken Crash (NYT)
    • Engineer Says He Doesn't Remember Moment of Impact (AMNY); Black Box Wasn't Working (Post)
    • Study: Spending on NYC Bike Lanes Is a Huge Public Health Bargain (Reuters)
    • MTA Has to Run a Ton of Tests in 3 Months to Launch 2nd Ave Subway in 2016 (AMNY)
    • What Can NYC Learn From Barcelona's Car-Free Blocks? (NYT)
    • Pair of 3 Train Stations in Eastern Brooklyn to Close for Repairs for 5 Months (DNA)
    • Floodproofing Rules Might Stymie Plan for Water Street Retail (Crain's, News)
    • Video: NYPD Squad Car Driver T-Bones SUV in West Brighton, Injuring 3 (Advance)
    • What a Raving Lunatic in Bayside Thinks About Bioswales (TL)

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