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Today’s Headlines

8:59 AM EDT on October 13, 2016

    • It Will Take NJ Transit a Long Time to Recover From Chris Christie (NYT)
    • NJT Board to Meet for First Time in Months (Bloomberg), New Director Expected (WSJ)
    • TA and Harbor Ring Committee Host Verrazano Bike Path Rally on Saturday (AMNY)
    • State Department of Labor Rules Former Uber Drivers Were Employees, Not Contractors (NYT)
    • Advocates for Disabled Say Uber and Lyft Helped Rudin on Access-A-Ride Report (Crain's)
    • The NYC Department of Education's School Bus System Is a Gnarly Mess (DNA)
    • Electeds Agree Tour Buses Are a Problem -- Now What? (Voice)
    • Think NYPD Ticketed Driver of Oversized Rig Who Wreaked Havoc on Manhattan Street? (DNA)
    • Residential Development at Jamaica AirTrain Station to Come With 187 Parking Spots (DNA)
    • Gotham Gazette Long-Form Piece Looks at Efforts to Revitalize Downtown Far Rockaway
    • Device Meant to Keep Staten Island Motorists From Littering Straight Out of Wall-E (Gothamist)

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