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8:51 AM EST on December 21, 2015

    • The MTA Isn't Saving for a Rainy Day (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Tomorrow: Vigil for Victoria Nicodemus, Cut Down By Reckless Driver in Fort Greene (DNA)
    • Jimmy Vacca Won't Support More Housing and Less Parking Near Subway Stations (BxTimes)
    • Fire Engine and SUV Drivers Collide in East Flatbush, 5 Injured (News)
    • Driver Injures Pedestrian at 149th Street and the Grand Concourse Friday Night (News)
    • Cap'n Transit: America's Transportation System Isn't Stratified Because of Uber, Lyft, Et Al
    • The Extraordinary Amount of Energy Cuomo Spends to Belittle de Blasio (Politico)
    • Why NYPD and Motivate Want to Reassess the Price of a Citi Bike (Post)
    • Gas Prices in NYC at a Six-Year Low (Advance)
    • In the 1920s, Full Second Avenue Subway Was Projected to Cost $86M, or About $1.2B in 2015 (AMNY)
    • 2015 in Review: "The Mayor Has Begun to Read Obscure Transportation Blogs" (WSJ via @Azi)

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