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8:49 AM EDT on October 18, 2007

    • Legislation Would Bring $703 Million to MTA (AMNY)
    • Brodsky Calls Fare Hike a "Choice" (Metro)
    • Brodsky Revels in Populist Role; Also Likes Handicap Spaces (Observer)
    • More on Dinowitz Pricing Forum (Riverdale Press)
    • Pricing Plan Short on Alternatives to Driving (Riverdale Press)
    • Anger and Frustration Over $35B TIP Delay (Wonkster)
    • John Liu Proposes New Idling Law (Sun)
    • Times Square Pedestrian Case Goes to Court of Appeals (NYT)
    • Gap to Be Closed in Riverside Park Path (City Room)
    • L and 7 Lines to Get Additional Trains (Post)
    • French Transit Workers on Strike (NYT)
    • Which Is Better/Worse: Driving or Flying? (Gristmill)

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