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8:53 AM EST on December 11, 2017

    • Port Authority and Connected Subway Stations on Lockdown After Underground Explosion (News, Post)
    • MTA's New Batch of Bombardier Subway Trains Won't Stop Breaking Down (News)
    • If GOP Passes Federal Tax Bill, Heastie May Scuttle Millionaire's Tax in New York (News)
    • Andy Byford Will Be Living His Best Life as Head of New York City Transit (AMNY)
    • NYC DOT: Without BQE Repairs, Trucks Will Have to Take Local Downtown Brooklyn Streets (Post)
    • TransAlt Kicks Off Campaign for Fourth Phase of Queens Boulevard Redesign (Queens Trib)
    • City Hall Has Sold Pieces of Nine Streets to Developers in the Past Four Years (Post)
    • Speeding Drivers Terrorize Residents of 72nd Avenue in Forest Hills (QChron)
    • Bar Brawl Morphs Into Vehicular Assault in Jamaica (News)
    • How Many People Would Ride a Ferry to LaGuardia? (QChron)
    • Tour the MTA's Next-Gen Subway Car Prototype With WNYC

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