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Today’s Headlines

9:02 AM EDT on October 8, 2010

    • Christie Pulls the Plug on ARC Tunnel (NYT, Transpo Nation, MTR, Star-Ledger, SAS)
    • "The Worst Policy Decision Ever Made By the Government of New Jersey" (Krugman 1, 2, 3)
    • Buying an Electric Car? The American Taxpayer Will Shower You With Gifts (NYT)
    • Fare Hike Coverage/Reactions from the Times, Post, NY1, WNYC, News, AMNY, SI Advance
    • Lord Have Mercy on Everyone Who Gets Their Transit News From WPIX
    • Good Fare Hike Perspective From DMI's John Petro on HuffPo
    • Bus Driver Kills 4-Year-Old in Coney Island (News)
    • Stringer's Office Counts Rampant Bike Lane Abuse By Cops, Drivers, Passengers, Peds, Cyclists (News)
    • Study: Yes, Speed Cameras Save Lives (Reuters)
    • Seeing Fewer Cops Clogging 34th Street Bus Lane? Maybe This Explains It (Post)
    • NYS Supreme Court Justice Dispenses Advice on Fighting Parking Tickets (Gotham Gazette)
    • Ride the Tour de Bronx This Year in Honor of Megan Charlop (Bronx News)

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