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8:47 AM EST on November 15, 2016

    • Time Is Running Out to Get the Second Avenue Subway Operational in December (NYT)
    • RPA and Riders Alliance Propose New BRT Service to Help Handle L Train Load (Politico)
    • NJ Transit Train That Crashed in Hoboken Had History of Brake Problems (PIX)
    • Thanks to Trump It's More Dangerous to Walk in NYC Than It Was a Week Ago (DNA)
    • Gelinas to de Blasio: Streets Around Trump Tower Don't Have to Be a Dead Zone (Post); More: News
    • MTA Says All Lettered-Line Subway Stations Will Have Countdown Clocks by 2018 (AMNY)
    • MTA Board Members Talk Subway Platform Doors (AMNY, News); Alex Marshall: It's Time (News)
    • Motorist Hits 11-Year-Old Boy in Flushing, Causing Life-Threatening Injuries (DNANewsPost)
    • Box Truck Driver Hits 2 on Amsterdam Avenue and Flees Scene; 1 Victim Critical (DNA)
    • A Man Shot Another Man Over a Parking Spot in the Bronx (Post)
    • Bronx DA Darcel Clark Nabs Livery Driver Who Injured a Child and Fled to Germany (DNANews)
    • Chait: Schumer, Pelosi Should Oppose Trump Infrastructure Plan for the Good of the Country (NY Mag)

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