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8:48 AM EST on November 17, 2016

    • De Blasio in Closed-Door Meeting With Trump: New Yorkers Are Afraid of You (NYT, Gothamist)
    • Schumer, Other Senate Dems Eager to Help Trump (NYT); Ditto Tom Prendergast (@MarketUrbanism)
    • Transit Fare May Hit $3 in 2017 (NYT2AS); Cuomo Silent About Impact on Poor NYers (Voice)
    • PABT Replacement Process Continues to Go Smoothly (Politico)
    • Unlicensed Driver Kills Abrehet Hagos, 50, on Broadway in Washington Heights (DNA)
    • This Is What "Expected to Survive" a Motorist-on-Pedestrian Crash Looks Like (NYT)
    • Appropriately, Fifth Avenue Around Trump Tower Is a Free-for-All (NYT, Post)
    • Motorists Are Using Tribeca Sidewalks to Avoid Stopping at Traffic Signals (Citizen [Item 3])
    • Windsor Terrace Locals Say DOT Plan Won't Slow Drivers on Seeley Street (Bklyn Paper)
    • School Cop Who Harassed and Arrested Bronx Man Over Parking Spot Faces Jail Time (NYT, News)
    • New York State DEC Gave the Yankees an Environmental Award and WNYC Called Shenanigans
    • Thanks Trump (PoliticoDNA, GothamistDNA)

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