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8:58 AM EST on December 3, 2015

    • Public Given 11 Days to Read and Comment on Port Authority 2016 Capital Plan (MTR)
    • Transit Riders Council Proposes Single Fare Option for Commuters in Transit Deserts (Gothamist, 2AS)
    • More Coverage of NYPD's Abysmal Record on Hit-and-Runs: WNYC, DNA, News, Politico
    • 84-Year-Old Liana Platika, Hit by Garbage Truck Driver in Midtown, Has Died (AMNY)
    • De Blasio Tapped Bruce Schaller for Uber Study (Politico); Cap Unlikely (WSJ)
    • Crain's Says City Is Looking to Improve Cab Drivers' Terrible Working Conditions
    • Melinda Katz Is Worried About Driver Access to Q44 Select Bus Service Lanes (Times Ledger)
    • You'll Never Guess What NIMBYs Think of a Proposal to Expand a Plaza in Flushing (Crain's)
    • 5th Precinct: We Haven't Gotten Around to Reading Current Intercity Bus Laws (DNA)
    • Drivers Seriously Injure Pedestrians in Downtown Brooklyn (News) and New Springville (Advance)
    • Can't Make It Up: Drunk Driver Speeds Through Fatal Hit-and-Run Crime Scene (News)

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