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8:57 AM EST on November 5, 2015

    • Judge Takes Driver's License From Paul Roper; Lawyer Blames Bus Design (NYT, NewsPost)
    • Community Board 8 Committee Endorses UES Crosstown Bike Lanes (TA 1, 2)
    • Opening of World Trade Center Transit Hub and Mall Delayed Until 2016 (NYT)
    • Horodniceanu Shows Off East Side Access, Predicts 2022 Opening (Politico, 2AS, WNYC, APPost)
    • Post Editorial Board Links Governor Cuomo to Second Avenue Subway Budget Cut
    • NYPD: "No Criminality" When Driver Hit Woman and Baby in Stroller in Dyker Heights (Post, CBS, ABC)
    • Queens CB 1 Votes to Allow Children to Play in the Street for Three Hours a Day (QChron)
    • Imagine a City Where a Disoriented Person Could Walk Outside Without Risking Death (DNA)
    • Who's Who of Upper Manhattan Bigs Competing to Succeed Charlie Rangel (Politico)
    • New York City DAs Can Rally for a Common Cause, When They Want To (News)

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