The Round-Up: Tuesday

Details of police security plans at rebuilt World Trade Center site. [NY Times]

Police plan to track every vehicle entering Manhattan, scanning each for radioactive materials. [NY Times]

Segweys still outlawed in NYC despite being legal everywhere else in the state. [NY Times]

MTA’s new “variable-speed” subway escalators hit a few speed bumps. [NY Times]

Queens’ Douglas Manor beach shown to be the most polluted in the city, but that isn’t stopping local swimmers. [NY Times]

A troubled Wall Street sends top employees overseas. [NY Times]

Study shows Brooklyn rezoning decimated the borough’s small business community. [NYDN]

Brooklyn winemaking takes off. [NYDN]

Realty Check: Work stops on a 37-story hotel-apartment along Eight Avenue; Vibe heads to Wall Street; Buildings Dept. issues stop-work order for Macklowe’s Madison Ave. office tower. [NY Post]

Tenant groups and city officials criticize a proposed law that would make it easier for landlords to evict tenants of rent-stabilized apartments. [NY Sun]

Port Authority employees are given free E-ZPass tags for certain trips, costing the agency $1 million annually. [NY Sun]

Cuomo goes after three more banks in auction-rate securities debacle. [WSJ]

Airlines file suit against FAA to stop Bloomberg-backed plan to auction off take-off and landing slots at local airports. [Crain’s]

The Round-Up: Tuesday