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8:47 AM EST on January 5, 2016

    • Cabbie's Failure to Brake Unattended Vehicle in Midtown Kills 22-Year-Old Woman (PostNews)
    • Broken Rail Caused Massive Delays on 7 Train During the Monday Morning Commute (DNA)
    • As of This Week, Many More New Yorkers Can Get the Transit Commuter Tax Benefit (NY1)
    • Amtrak Activates Positive Train Control Between NYC and Philly (WNYC)
    • DOT Cuts Ribbon on Safety Improvements for Bruckner Blvd/Hunts Point Ave Intersection (BxTimes)
    • What It Takes to Get Charged With Reckless Endangerment for Bad Driving (News)
    • Cap'n Transit: Knowing You Killed Someone Is Not a Penance
    • 2nd Ave Sagas Previews the Year Ahead for the MTA
    • Photos: Workers Put Finishing Touches on $4 Billion Transit Station (AMNY)
    • Which Celeb Rides the Subway Best? (AMNY)

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