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8:56 AM EDT on November 3, 2016

    • Let's Stop Pretending Community Boards Are Qualified to Decide Transportation Policy (Reclaim)
    • There's an Accurate Way to Measure Subway Performance That the MTA Isn't Using (TransitCenter)
    • If DOT and the MTA Get L Line Transitways Right, There Won't Be a Need for Private Shuttle Buses (Voice)
    • Daily News Editorial Board: Still a Lot of Unanswered BQX Questions
    • De Blasio Shelves Street Fair Reform Plan (Politico)
    • Electeds Let DA Richard Brown Off the Hook for Going Easy on the Driver Who Killed Navraj Raju (TL)
    • Motorist Hits Two People, One of Them a Child, Outside School in Bed-Stuy (DNA)
    • Conflicting Reports of Person Injured by Driver in Murray Hill Yesterday (Post, DNA)
    • Driver Who Dragged Midtown Pedestrian for a Block and Left Scene Arrested (DNANewsAMNY, NY1)
    • TLC and NYPD to Resume Seizing Vehicles From Illegal Dollar Van Operators (Bklyn Paper)
    • MTA Ignores Pleas to Turn Streetlights Back On at Upper East Side Intersection (DNA)

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