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8:52 AM EST on November 12, 2015

    • Development Corporation Will Oversee Gateway, With Feds and Amtrak to Pay Half (NYT, Politico)
    • AMNY Amsterdam Bikeway Coverage Leads With Parking; DNA Runs With IRL Angle
    • Brooklyn Greenway Hits NIMBY Opposition at CB 1 Meeting, Brooklyn Paper Gleefully Reports
    • TA Calls Out 109th Precinct Victim-Blaming (DNA); Gothamist: 109th Is Ticketing Fewer Drivers
    • Today: Council Hearing on Rodriguez Bill to Study Light Rail (News)
    • Daneek Miller Thinks the MTA Should Lower Fares at Commuter Rail Stations Within City Limits (Post)
    • Post: Carl Heastie Aims to Help Assembly Dem Incumbents Fend Off Primary Challenges
    • New Program to Spruce Up City Park Entrances and Improve Pedestrian Access (News)
    • Yellow Cab Crash Injures Five in Carroll Gardens (News)
    • David Greenfield Revives Bill to Grant Parking Privileges to Pregnant Motorists (DNA)
    • SI Electeds, AWOL When Drivers Kill, Spring to Action When Drivers Are Inconvenienced (Advance)

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