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8:59 AM EST on December 3, 2014

    • How a Transit Project That Adds No New Service Ended Up Costing $4 Billion (NYT)
    • Boro Park Driver Kills Blima Friedman, 10, and Injures Her Pregnant Mom (CBS, News, ABC)
    • 79-Year-Old Man in Critical Condition After Driver Hits Him at Ocean Avenue and Avenue N (JP Updates)
    • Family, Friends, Classmates Gather to Remember Mohammad Naiem Uddin, 14 (Ditmas Park Corner)
    • Cy Vance Offers Disorderly Conduct Plea Deal to Top Keith Wright Staffer Busted for DUI (Post)
    • MTA Settles Suit With Parents of Seth Kahn, Killed in Crosswalk by Turning Bus Driver in 2009 (DNAPost)
    • De Blasio Shuffles City Hall's Sustainability Leadership Team (Capital, AP)
    • Uber Starts Cab-Pooling in NYC, Claims It Will Remove 1 Million Cars From Streets (Post, News)
    • Remember: Latest Toll Hike Doesn't Sting S.I. Drivers So Much Because of the Cuomo Rebate (Advance)
    • Driver Jumps Curb at Essex and Grand Streets on Lower East Side; No One Injured (Lo-Down)
    • Next City Interviews Tri-State Transportation Campaign Executive Director Veronica Vanterpool

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