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8:50 AM EDT on November 4, 2016

    • City Hall Blows Off Parents Who Don't Want Another Child to Die in Traffic (News)
    • Will de Blasio Get Behind Discounted Fares for Poor New Yorkers? (Politico)
    • DNA and Brooklyn Paper Posted Maps of Proposed BQX Routes
    • MIA on Fatal MTA Bus Crashes, NTSB Investigating Death of Transit Worker on G Tracks (NY1)
    • City Plan for Staten Island’s North Shore: Ferries, Buses, Bikes, Lots of Parking (Advance 1, 2)
    • Box Truck Driver Runs Over Manhattan Cyclist, Victim in Serious Condition (News)
    • Nassau Police Chase Ends in Brooklyn Crash (News); 2 NYPD Wrecks in Upper Manhattan (Post)
    • It's Too Bad for This Habitual Toll Cheat That He Didn't Have Police Credentials (Post, News, Advance)
    • Bike Snob: It Shouldn't Be Harder to Steal HBO Than It Is to Drive Without a License (Reclaim)
    • Voters Will Have a Chance to Shake Up New York Politics in 2017, Kind Of (WNYC)
    • Expect a Lot of Traffic in Midtown Tuesday; Fate of Free World to Be Decided, Too (News 1, 2)

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