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8:55 AM EST on December 19, 2016

    • Cuomo Will Milk 2nd Ave Subway Opening on 1/1/2017 for All It's Worth (News, NBC)
    • Stephen Smith: If You Want More Subways, Tell Your Electeds to Cut MTA Construction Costs (2AS)
    • DOT to Present Queens Blvd Redesign for Forest Hills/Rego Park in January (DNA)
    • Apartments Near Commuter Rail a Hot Commodity in NYC Suburbs (NYT)
    • LGA Could Use More Bus Lanes (AMNY)
    • Queensway Activists Object to MTA Study of Rockaway Rail Reactivation (QChron)
    • Dov Hikind Turned on Ocean Pkwy Safety Plan When He Learned It Would Route Traffic By His House (Post)
    • Here's Your Bklyn Paper Coverage of Plans for 7th Ave Bike Lane and Amity Street Wiggle
    • 2 Injured in Crash in Port Richmond (Advance); Drunk Driver Smashes Cars on Tillotson Ave (News)
    • Queens CB 4 Chair Lou Walker Steps Down Thanks to Term Limits (QChron)
    • Starting Today You Can Transfer to the E Without Leaving the WTC PATH Station (AMNY)

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