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    • People Take to Streets for Second Night to Protest Our Openly Bigoted President Elect (News)
    • To Fund Discount Transit Fares, City Hall Would Want to Split the Cost With Albany (NYT)
    • If London, SF, and Oslo Can Modernize Transit Fare Payment, So Can the MTA (NY1)
    • De Blasio: Trump Can't Reinstate Stop-and-Frisk in NYC (Politico)
    • Expect More Overbearing NYPD Security Theater Around All Trump-Branded NYC Properties (Crain's)
    • Fixing the Brooklyn Bridge Will Cost More Than $800 Million But Drivers Pay Nothing for It (Post)
    • TLC Looks to Expand Wheelchair-Accessible Dispatch Service Citywide (AMNY)
    • A Driver Struck a Man at Eldridge and Canal, Scant Information Available (DNA)
    • Some Pols Are Wasting Time on This East River Gondola Distraction (News)
    • Tuesday: Weigh in on the Most Convoluted Part of the BQX Streetcar Route (Bklyn Paper)
    • A Crumbling Ped Bridge Over LIRR Tracks in Bayside Is Coming Down and Won't Be Replaced (TL)

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