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8:31 AM EST on December 17, 2015

    • Upstate Electeds Are Holding MTA Funding Hostage (AMNY)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Senior on Metropolitan Ave.; Cops Blame Victim (Post)
    • Cement Truck Driver Hits Woman and Two Kids in Elmhurst Crosswalk (DNA, News)
    • Advocate for Seniors on de Blasio Housing Plan: "There's No Waiting List for Parking" (Politico)
    • Julissa Ferreras, Jose Peralta Want DOT to Make Fixes at Northern and Junction Boulevards (TL)
    • Brooklyn CB 2 Backtracks on Routing Manhattan Bridge Traffic Onto Neighborhood Street (DNA)
    • Tom Wrobleski, Defender of Unfettered Motordom, Complains About Slow Buses (Advance)
    • Joe Addabbo Says Rockaway Beach Rail Bridge Is a Public Health Hazard (DNA)
    • NYPD Officer Critically Injured by Drunk Driver in 1998 Dies (Post)
    • Investigators Focus on Driver Behavior in Valhalla MNR Crash (NYT); MTA Examines Crossings (Politico)

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