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8:56 AM EDT on October 19, 2016

    • De Blasio's East Harlem Housing Plan Would Eliminate Parking Minimums, Integrate Transit (Politico)
    • Trottenberg Will Ride New Sixth Avenue Bikeway Today to Mark Women's Bike Month (AMNY)
    • CB 6 Mad Because DOT Won't Send Staff to Get Pummeled by Bike-Hating Cranks (Bklyn Paper)
    • Cyclist Run Over by Trucker at Jay and Tillary Survived, and His Family Needs Help
    • Gothamist Looks at Subway Improvements Planned for Grand Central Terminal
    • The MTA Is Failing New Yorkers Who Use Wheelchairs (TransitCenter)
    • Bike Messengers Are Organizing With Support From Taxi Workers Alliance (Crain'sNY1)
    • Former FTA Employee Says Cuomo's AirTrain Would Be a Boondoggle (TL)
    • Motorist Strikes Man Walking in Harlem, Victim Hospitalized (DNA)
    • FEMA Updates Flood Map That Will Guide NYC Development (WNYC)
    • What Will Happen to New Jersey When It's No Longer Known for Cheap Gas? (NYT)

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