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8:52 AM EST on December 16, 2016

    • Maloney, Rangel, Espaillat Ask Obama to Fund 2AS Expansion Before Leaving Office (AMNY, NY1)
    • NYC Is Scrambling to Prepare for Trump Budget Cuts (WSJ, Politico)
    • Who Will Pay for Cuomo's Cashless Toll Booths? Got to Be New York City Straphangers (Voice)
    • Subway Hate Crimes Have Almost Doubled This Year Compared to 2015 (AMNY)
    • The TLC Doesn't Keep Track of Sexual Assaults That Happen in Cabs, Apparently (Post)
    • NYPD Is Taking CompStat Data Collection and Analysis Out of the Hands of Precinct COs (Post)
    • DOT Making Quick, Low-Cost Fixes That Could Save Lives at 100 Intersections (DNA)
    • Injuries Up at West End Avenue Crossing Where DOT Declined to Install Pedestrian Island (DNA)
    • Upper West Side Senior Community Wants Crosswalk and Signal at W. 106th Street Desire Path (DNA)
    • Unlicensed Driver Runs Red, Flips School Bus, Hospitalizes 3 Small Kids, NYPD Files No Charges (Post)
    • BQX Fan Joe Lhota Says Streetcar Would Be Better Than Ramping Up Bus Service (News)
    • Gotham Gazette Has the Scoop on the Race to Succeed Inez Dickens on the City Council

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