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8:55 AM EST on December 6, 2016

    • Ydanis to Trump: Go to Mar-a-Lago So NYC Can Get Its Normal Gridlock Back (News)
    • Does It Matter If the Second Avenue Subway Opens in February Instead of December? (WSJ, 2AS)
    • Queens Residents to MTA: You're Asking Us to Pay More for Crappier Bus Service (AMNY)
    • Cab Driver Kills Man, 72, Crossing Grand Central Parkway (News)
    • Driver Injures Pedestrian at Richmond Terrace and Wall Street in St. George (Advance)
    • The Case Against a Port Authority Bus Terminal in Secaucus (Asbury Park Press)
    • Empire State Development Wants to Build Over 13-Acre Site at South Bronx Rail Yard (Crain's)
    • Uber Refuses to Comply With TLC Rule Mandating Release of Pick-up/Drop-off Data (AMNY)
    • Jackson Heights Residents Speak About Their Experiences With Stop-and-Frisk (TL)
    • Thanks Trump (Post, News)

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