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8:53 AM EST on November 28, 2017

    • CBC: Cuomo's MTA Budget Too Opaque to Approve (Politico)
    • More on Stringer's Wake-Up Call to Modernize NYC Bus Service (NYT, News, AMNY, PostWNYCNY1)
    • Congestion Pricing "Could Dominate the 2018 Legislative Session in Albany" (C&S)
    • At Least Four Bike-Share Startups Expected to Pitch DOT on Operating in NYC (Crain's)
    • DOT Almost Done Striping Batch of Bike Lanes in Kew Gardens Hills and Briarwood (QChron)
    • Staten Island Driver Pleads to Vehicular Manslaughter for Killing Stanley Marshall, Avoids Jail (Advance)
    • Driver Killed in One-Car Crash in Bayshore Friday (TL)
    • Giant Dust Cloud Disrupts Monday Morning Subway Commutes on Upper West Side (News)
    • Three More Leaking East River Ferry Boats Taken Out of Service for Repairs (Post)
    • NYPD and FDNY Had to Rescue 123 People From a City Ferry That Hit a Sandbar (Post)

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