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8:49 AM EST on December 7, 2015

    • Albany's Process for Allocating Road Funds Is a Farce (Politico)
    • Unlicensed Motorist Drives Onto Fort Greene Sidewalk, Killing Victoria Nicodemus, 30 (News, Post)
    • Federal Transpo Bill Lets Amtrak Reinvest NEC Profits in NEC Service (WNYC)
    • Even AAA Is on Christie's Case for Siphoning Port Authority Revenue to Pay for NJ Roads (Post)
    • David Weprin and Tony Avella Got Their Band of Transportation Know-Nothings Back Together (Post)
    • Meet the Coalition to Keep Woodhaven Boulevard a Dangerous Mess With Crappy Transit (QChron 1, 2)
    • Here's the Draft Plan for 30 Citi Bike Stations in East Harlem (DNA)
    • Upper East Siders Want Ferry Service to Queens (DNA)
    • What It Takes to Get a Speed Hump on Your Street (BxTimes)
    • No Matter Which Taxi Hailing App You Use, Manhattan Traffic Stinks (AMNY)

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