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8:54 AM EST on January 6, 2016

    • WSJ: Cuomo Has a Plan to "Overhaul" Penn Station
    • Tri-State: New York Needs a Cohesive Vision for Transportation Investment, Not a Grab Bag
    • More on Cuomo's LI Transpo Event: NYTWNYC, 2AS; LI Republicans Unimpressed (Newsday)
    • The Deterioration of Subway Service Continues Apace (Gothamist)
    • De Blasio Signs Law to Increase Civil Penalties for Hit-and-Run Drivers (@JimmyVanBramer)
    • Rafael Salamanca and George Alvarez Are Running for Open Bronx Council Seat (DNA, Politico)
    • Rafael Espinal and Eric Adams Want Changes to East New York Rezoning Plan (Crain’s 1, 2)
    • MTA Completes Rehab of Grasmere Staten Island Railway Stop (DNA)
    • Group Proposes Streetcar for Brooklyn-Queens Waterfront (News)
    • Bed-Stuy Parking Lot to Be Replaced by Housing for Homeless, With Bike Storage (YIMBY via DNA)
    • What Bill Bratton Thinks About as NYPD Fails to Enforce Street Safety Laws (Post)

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