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9:08 AM EDT on July 1, 2010

    • Walder: Next Fare Hike Coming in January 2011; Expect a Big One (News, SAS)
    • City Renews Push for 10th Ave Station on 7 Line Extension (Post, NY1)
    • Are We on the Path to Building "Bicycle Highways"? (Slate)
    • Department of Health: NYC Kids Are Safer Thanks to Transit (Transpo Nation)
    • Downtown Express: Waiting Longer for the Bus? Blame Albany
    • Ben Kabak: Bill to Prevent MTA Layoffs Isn't About Safety
    • When Ground Zero Memorial Opens, Where Will All the Tour Buses Go? (AMNY)
    • Neil DeMause Breaks Down Dep. Mayor Stephen Goldsmith's Record on Privatization (City Limits)
    • To Reduce Danger at Brooklyn Bridge Park Entrance, Signs Are Coming (Bklyn Paper, Post)
    • MTA Contractor Pleads Guilty to Underpaying Workers (NYT)

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