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9:04 AM EST on November 12, 2010

    • Reverse Commuting Helps Metro-North Ridership Overtake LIRR for First Time (WSJ)
    • More on Lander's Defense of Boro Park Safe Routes for Seniors: 'It Could Be Your Bubbe' (Transpo Nation)
    • Access-A-Ride Cuts Add to Already Inaccessible Subways and Taxis (Gotham Gazette)
    • Conservative Party Blasts Toll Hike, Doesn't Seem to Have Even Noticed Transit Cuts (Daily Politics)
    • Dollar Van Drivers Accused of Cutting Down Bus Stop Signs (News)
    • Racial Slur Stops Work at Queens Bus Depot (News)
    • Strike Fear Into the Hearts of Men, Drive a Used Parking Enforcement Vehicle (WSJ)
    • Without ARC, What's NJ Transit Working On Instead? (Star-Ledger)
    • Connecticut Moves Forward on a Second Urban Highway Teardown (Courant)

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