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8:49 AM EST on November 7, 2016

    • Lawmakers Grill NJ Transit Chief About Cronyism, Safety Violations Under Christie (NYTRecord)
    • It's All About the Primaries in NYC -- There Are No Competitive General Election Races Here (Politico)
    • The W Train Is Back, a Sign of the Impending Launch of 2nd Avenue Subway (AMNY, 2ASNews, NY1)
    • Driver Who Killed Mohammed Akkas Ali Sentenced to 20 Years to Life (Post, Gothamist)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Man in Queens Crosswalk, Cops Blame Victim (Post)
    • Van Driver Plows Into Mill Basin Toys R Us (Post)
    • DOT Tweaks Van Duzer Bike Project (DNA)
    • Like Queens CB 9, CB 14 Doesn't Care About Woodhaven Blvd Bus Riders (QChron)
    • Families for Safe Streets' Sofia Russo Ran the Marathon in Memory of Her Daughter Ariel (News)
    • 10 Lucky Park Slope Car Owners to Get Thousands of Dollars Worth of Guaranteed Parking for Free (DNA)
    • There's a New Broadway Musical About Life on the NYC Subway (NYT)

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