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8:48 AM EST on November 10, 2016

    • Thousands Take to Streets to Protest Election Result (NYT 1, 2; DNALATCNNNPRChicago Trib)
    • You Can't Walk Near Trump Tower Anymore (Gothamist, News); Transit Affected Too (Advance)
    • Cuomo and de Blasio Think Trump Will Help With "Infrastructure," Whatever That Means (NYT, AMNY)
    • Future of Gateway Tunnel Completely Up in the Air (Politico)
    • Rents in the Vicinity of Second Avenue Subway Are Rising (Post, AMNY)
    • Murray Hill NIMBYs Don't Want the MTA to Add Emergency Ventilation to 4/5/6 Line (DNA)
    • Transit Opponent and Safe Streets Do-Nothing Inez Dickens Headed to Albany (DNA)
    • Dismissing Other Options, DOT Proposes Traffic Circles to Slow Drivers on SI's Greeley Avenue (Advance)
    • There's Still Time to Put the Unified Transit Map Kickstarter Project Over the Top
    • Feeling Down? Try Subway Therapy (NY1)

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