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8:55 AM EST on December 12, 2017

    • In a Snap, New Yorkers Return to Their Regular Crummy Subway Service (NYT)
    • City Council Votes to Compel NYPD to Disclose Racial and Location Data on Fare Evasion Arrests (News)
    • MTA Committee Advances $1.8 Billion Contract to Build LIRR Third Track, Including 5 Garages (AMNY)
    • Rollout of Computerized Signals on 7 Train Delayed Yet Again (AMNY)
    • NYC's First Subway Platform Doors Slated for Third Ave L Station (News)
    • Gelinas: De Blasio Letting NYPD Security Theater Wreck Midtown Streets (Post)
    • Crain's Surveys the State of Dockless Bike-Share and Its Potential Arrival in NYC
    • Reynoso and Rodriguez Demand Answers About L Train Shutdown Plan (Post, AMNY)
    • Driver Who Severely Injured Woman in Prospect Park Was a Rampaging Teenager (News)
    • Same-Day Retail Delivery Services Reviving Bike Courier Industry in Manhattan (Crain's)

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