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8:56 AM EDT on October 6, 2016

    • Cuomo's Latest Transportation Reveal: Cashless Tolls and Pretty Lights (NYT, PoliticoAPAMNY)
    • The Voice Captured the Essence of Cuomo's Cutting Edge Transformational Sexy Bold Creativity
    • Cuomo in No Hurry to Appoint a New Port Authority Chief (Politico)
    • PABT Survey Highlights Disconnect Between Ribbon Cutters and Commuters (Bloomberg)
    • Process-Truther Dan O’Donnell Says Citi Bike Wastes “Critical Parking Spaces” on UWS (@pfrishauf)
    • Now's a Good Time to Tell Brooklyn CB 6 About Your Favorite Bike-Share Station (Patch)
    • DOT Denies Play Street for Lower Manhattan School Because of Parking Garage (Express)
    • Motorist Crashes Into Cars in Chelsea (News); Bronx School Bus Crash Injures 8 (Post)
    • Men Driving Private Garbage Truck Assault Pedestrian in Brooklyn Heights (DNA)
    • People Are Pretending to Be Uber Drivers and Apparently There's No Stopping Them (CBS)
    • Citi Bike: Killing the American Dream, One Parking Spot at a Time (Medium)

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