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9:00 AM EST on November 26, 2012

    • NYT Serves Up the Windshield Perspective on Downtown Brooklyn Parking Reform
    • Four Hurt, Two Critically, After Driver Careens Onto Washington Heights Sidewalk (WNBC)
    • NYPD Searching For Wrong-Way Cyclist in Connection to Fatal Union Square Crash (Gothamist)
    • 78th Precinct: "We Pretty Much Own the Street... We Will Park There. It’s That Simple." (Bklyn Paper)
    • Flooding at Train Yards Should Not Have Been a Surprise to NJ Transit (TransNat)
    • David Greenfield: There Should Be No Parking Tickets on Black Friday (News)
    • Astoria Community Board Worried About Traffic From Cornell Roosevelt Island Campus (DNA)
    • Limited PATH Service Returns to WTC (News); Manhattan Ferry Begins From Great Kills (Advance)
    • Rockaways Missing Link Between Subway and LIRR Would Have Helped Recovery (Cap'n Transit)
    • Gothamist Discovers 1970s Documentary About the Newly-Formed MTA
    • IBO Slams Bloomberg Administration for Storm-Vulnerable Waterfront Development (Observer)

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