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8:57 AM EST on November 19, 2014

    • The Allison Liao DMV Hearing Was an Utter Travesty (WNYC)
    • Capital Got the MTA Reinvention Commission Report, and It Doesn't Say Much About Funding
    • Citizens Budget Commission Wants Fare Hikes, Toll Reform to Fix MTA Budget Gap (C&S)
    • AMNY: 4 Percent Fare Hikes Aren't Terrible, But Straphangers Should Get Something More in Return
    • The Coming Toll Hike Will Affect Verrazano Bridge Drivers and People Are Outraged (Advance, NY1)
    • Silver: $5 Billion in Settlement Cash Should Be Used for One-Time, Undefined "Infrastructure" Boost (TU)
    • Flatbush Dollar Van Driver Flees Traffic Stop, Injures at Least Two in Chase (Post, News, NY1, WPIX)
    • More Coverage of Changes to Central Park Loop (News, Post, Gothamist, Capital, WNYC, WABC, WCBS)
    • The Only Thing Better Than 25 MPH Speed Limit Would Have Been 20 MPH (Vox)
    • Advance Columnist Misses the Point of Lower Speed Limit, Thinks He's Already Above-Average Driver
    • Well, This Is One Way to Walk Across the Verrazano Narrows Bridge (Bensonhurst Bean)

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