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    • WSJ Poll: 61% Blame MTA, Not Pols, for Transit Crisis as Service Cuts Disproportionately Hit Poor
    • Yankee Stadium's 9,000 Parking Spaces Sit Half Empty; Operator Could Default on City Bonds (News)
    • NJ Officials Put Hudson Transit Tunnel Work on Hiatus, Raising Doubts About Project's Future (NYT)
    • Cyclist Jasmine Herron Killed on Atlantic Ave After Unlicensed Driver Doors Her (News 1, 2, Post)
    • Location, Location, Location: MTA Service Cuts Drive Down Real Estate Prices (WSJ)
    • Tape Shows Ticket Quotas for Traffic Summonses at Brooklyn Precinct (NYT)
    • ... NYPD Response Denies a Quota Is a Quota (NYT)
    • Commuter Van Service Starts Today, TWU Drops Plans to Operate Own Line (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Seeking Staten Island Votes, Carl Paladino Promises End to Verrazano Bridge Tolls (Daily Politics)
    • Letter to Editor Slams Times For Broadway Article Bias

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