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8:53 AM EDT on October 31, 2016

    • If School Bus Drivers Strike, City Will Buy Students MetroCards -- or Pay for Car Costs (News)
    • Reynoso, Van Bramer to DSNY: Make a Better Plan to Clear Snow From Bike Lanes (AMNY)
    • If a Reanimated Robert Moses Could Ram These Projects Through, Would You Want Him To? (Crain's)
    • Driver Hits and Drags Woman By Queens Midtown Tunnel and Peels Off -- Still at Large (Post)
    • Cops Crash Into Civilian Car, 4 Injured; FDNY Ambulance Driver Wounds Brownsville Boy (Post 12)
    • Cuomo Guy Larry Schwartz Skips Out on Almost All MTA Board Meetings (News)
    • The Posturing for the Next Round of MTA/TWU Negotiations Has Begun (Post)
    • Vacca Wants City Ferries to Run From the East Bronx to Manhattan (BxTimes)
    • QChron on Revised 111th Street Safety Plan: But What About the Parking?
    • Expect Less Traffic on the Bayonne, Goethals, and Outerbridge Starting Tomorrow (Advance)

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