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    • MTA Announces $61M in Budget Cuts For NYC Transit (AMNY, NY1)
    • Interior Dept Authorizes Oil Drilling on Alaskan Parcel (NYT)
    • Feds Deny Further Funds For Fulton Transit Hub (News)
    • Underground Construction at WTC Transit Hub Shows Signs of Progress (NY1)
    • New Subway Entrances Open at Columbus Circle (NY1, NYT)
    • Ikea Customers Getting Preferential Treatment on Red Hook Water Taxi (Post)
    • Agents to Start Enforcing Fare-Beating Fines on Select Bus Service (News)
    • Auto Makers Agree to Make More Hybrid Cabs Available for NYC Taxi Fleet (NY1, City Room, Post)
    • Crosstown Buses -- Pokier Than Pedestrians (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Drivers Say They Can't Drive 55, Gas Savings Be Damned (NYT)

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