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9:01 AM EST on December 10, 2008

    • Budget Office Projects $2.50 Base Fare, $104 30-Day Metrocard (News, NYT, Post, NY1)
    • U.S. Transit Ridership Reached Record Level Even as Gas Prices Dropped (WaPo)
    • David Brooks: Give the Suburbs Gathering Places (NYT)
    • Portland Makes Impressive Gains in Bike Mode-Share, Street Safety (BikePortland via Streetsblog.net)
    • NYC's First Seatless Subways Coming This Spring (CBS)
    • Op-ed: MTA Not Using Its Real Estate Portfolio Wisely (News)
    • Mayors Ask Obama to Channel Infrastructure Cash Straight to Cities (Reuters)
    • Michael Moore: Make Detroit Build Trains and Buses (Common Dreams via Grist)
    • Carbon Tax Boosters Gather on Capitol Hill (Grist)
    • Retail Businessman Embraces Bike Lanes (Villager)

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