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8:43 AM EST on November 29, 2016

    • Cuomo Has Been Coordinating Attacks on Port Authority Chair John Degnan (Politico)
    • NYC Pedestrian and Cyclist Deaths on the Rise in 2016 as Vehicle Occupant Deaths Fall (News)
    • More Coverage of Yesterday’s Council Hearing on Bike-Share (NewsGothamistAMNYPostAdvance)
    • Police Search for Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Orlando Savino on November 17 on Nereid Ave (BxTimes)
    • Turning Driver Seriously Injures Woman Crossing First Avenue on UES (Post)
    • Unlicensed SUV Driver Blows Stop Sign, Collides With School Bus, Injures 5 Kids (Post)
    • SoHo Sidewalks Too Narrow to Handle Retail Foot Traffic — Thanks, Sean Sweeney (Gothamist)
    • Repairing a Stairway at the 82nd Street 7 Station Now Six Months Behind Schedule (DNA)
    • Queens Borough Hall Went Two Years Without Its Old Garage and the World Didn’t End (QChron)
    • Errol Louis Doesn’t Get Just How Terrible Trump’s Infrastructure Plan Is (News)

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