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8:59 AM EST on December 12, 2012

    • Q Poll: Voters Approve of Senate Power-Sharing and Cuomo, Reject Hillary Talk (Post)
    • If Albany and NYC Were Committed to Transit, There Would Be No Pokey or Schleppie (News)
    • Post: No One to Blame for MTA Fare Hike, Except MTA Employees
    • Advocates and Electeds Release Downtown Brooklyn Transportation Report (MTR)
    • To Keep Trains Dry, Hudson Yards Development Must Account for Climate Change (WNYC)
    • Officer Struck by Hit-and-Run Livery Driver in Times Square (DNA); News: What a Drag!
    • Traffic Calming Not Listed Among Bloomberg Admin Public Health Achievements (Post)
    • Atlantic Avenue Underpass Will Be Transformed Into Public Space (Bklyn Paper)
    • Community Board 11 Crafts Rezoning Plan for 60 Blocks of East Harlem (DNA)
    • Monserrate Sentenced to Two Years for Fraud (NYT)
    • Pedestrians: Impeding Motorists for Over 80 Years (Gothamist)

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