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8:49 AM EST on December 8, 2014

    • If the MTA Raises Fares Just a Bit, Does Anybody Go to the Hearings? (News)
    • Rush Hour Port Authority Crossings Now Cost $11.75 (AMNY); East River Bridges Still Free
    • Dan Doctoroff Is Back, Selling an Absurdly Complex Mega-Project (News)
    • Turning Teen Driver Kills 84-Year-Old Man in Jamaica Estates (News)
    • Cab Driver Hits Pedestrian on Upper West Side, and NYPD Knows Nothing About It (WSR)
    • Relive the Time When NYC DOT Got Stuff Done, With JSK's Retrospective Coming in 2016 (NYT)
    • Steve Matteo Has It Out for the Camera That Catches the Most Speeders on Staten Island (Advance)
    • Nassau Knows Its Speed Cams Are Working and Ed Mangano Still Wants to Neuter Them (MTR)
    • Steve Cuozzo Catches Fleeting Glimpse of Unicorn, er, Second Ave Subway Station (Post)
    • Cap'n Transit: Shouldn't Road Builders Pay the Public Back for Awful Projects?

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