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8:55 AM EST on November 30, 2017

    • RPA Has a 15-Year Plan to Fix the Subway (NYT; Politico; News 1, 2; AMNY 1, 2)
    • Anthony Shorris to Leave City Hall in January (NYT)
    • Driver Kills Cyclist Yau-Teg Fung, 84, in Queens; NYPD Blames Victim (News)
    • The Times Is Dazzled by de Blasio's Costly, Inefficient Ferries (1, 2)
    • MTA Removes Seats From One Car of 42nd Street Shuttle (NY1)
    • Go to the 34th Street 7 Station to Check Out a New Subway Car Prototype (NY1)
    • It's Time to Talk About Banning Private Vehicles in Areas Like Times Square (NewsPost)
    • Car Thief Who Ran Over and Killed Brooklyn Motorist Pleads to Murder (Post)
    • NYC Woman Gets Eight Months for Fatal Nassau County DWI Crash (AP)
    • Flooding Streets With Desperate Drivers Is Key to Uber's Survival (Voice)

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