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    • Riders Abandoning Unreliable Subways and Buses in Droves (News, AMNY)
    • Meanwhile -- Hey You, Check Out This Shiny Streetcar (News, AMNY, Bklyner)
    • Greg David: Congestion Pricing "the Right Thing to Do for Poorer New Yorkers" (Crain's)
    • Someone Tell NY1 There's Always an Adjustment Period After a New Street Design Goes Live
    • Hit-and-Run SUV Driver Critically Injures Man in Crosswalk on 14th Street at Union Square (News, Post)
    • Man, 69, Dies of Injuries Inflicted By Driver Two Weeks Ago; Police and Press Blame Victim (News)
    • Amtrak Will Take 3 Penn Station Tracks Offline for Repairs in January (AMNY)
    • Williamsburg Residents Ask Why MTA Went With Polluting Diesel Buses for L Replacement Service (NY1)
    • Bricks Always Loose on Windsor Terrace's Main Street Sidewalk (Bklyn Paper)
    • LeBron and the Cavs Paid Subway Tribute (AMNY) and the New York Transit Gods Were Pleased (AP)

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