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8:58 AM EST on December 4, 2015

    • Team de Blasio Says Federal Transportation Package Is a Win for NYC (Politico)
    • IBO Report Recommends Congestion Charge for Cab Rides in Manhattan CBD (Crain's)
    • NYPD: "No Criminality" When Driver Hits 85-Year-Old in Graniteville Crosswalk; Victim Critical (Advance)
    • Melinda Katz Joins Queens CBs in Prioritizing Car Storage Over Housing for People (Times Ledger)
    • De Blasio Set on Affordable Housing at Willets Point Regardless of Litigation Outcome (Times Ledger)
    • Parks Department to Present Revised Putnam Trail Plan to Bronx CB 8, Specifics TBA (R’dale Press)
    • If DOT Knows a Traffic Signal Won’t Slow Drivers Near a School, Why Not Do More? (R’dale Press)
    • Impaired Unlicensed Driver Who Hit Five People on Midtown Sidewalk Pleads to Assault (Post)
    • The MTA and EDC Released a Request for Expressions of Interest for "Lowline" Terminal (Politico)
    • Tri-State: Toll-Free Bridges and Free Parking Make Every Day a Gridlock Alert Day

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