A (theoretical) $100 toll to drive in Manhattan, subways may be losing their booth workers, more

By Lucy Cohen Blatter  | October 10, 2017 - 11:00AM

Subway booth workers may not be long for this world. The MTA is considering replacing them with roaming "customer service ambassadors" (Daily News)

New Yorkers converged on City Hall yesterday to rally for affordable housing across the city (Gothamist)

Tune into NY1, NY1 Noticias or WNYC this evening at 7 p.m. to hear the mayoral debate (amNewYork)

Despite years of hype about the South Bronx being the real estate industry's next big thing, there's a dearth of real estate brokerages there (The Real Deal)

Here are some ideas for how to carve out a bedroom from your studio apartment (Apartment Therapy)

A small town in Iowa shares street names with Brooklyn Heights, and no one knows why exactly (Brooklyn Paper)

Hot take: It should cost $100 to drive in Manhattan south of 60th Street (Motherboard)

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