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8:52 AM EST on December 6, 2017

    • Driver Kills Cyclist Josef Mittlemann, 67, in Chelsea; NYPD Blames Victim (News, Post)
    • Electeds Pressure City Hall and MTA to Produce L Train Plan (Voice, AMNY, News)
    • Will Phil Murphy Put the Brakes on Cuomo's Vanity Transpo Projects? (Politico)
    • TransitCenter: Busted Subway Elevators Epitomize MTA Dysfunction
    • Judge Rules TLC Not Bound to Protect Medallion Owners From Uber (Post)
    • NJ Transit Blames Poor Bus Service on PABT and Oh Yeah Lack of Buses (
    • GOP Tax Bill Could Make It Harder for Jersey to Recover From Christie (NYT)
    • De Blasio's Department of Correction Vehicle Imbroglio Isn't Going Away (NYT)
    • Driver Critically Injures Woman in Borough Park; NYPD, News Blame Victim
    • Nice Times Item on How Civilized Holiday Travel Could Be Before Cars

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