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Today’s Headlines

9:03 AM EST on January 31, 2011

    • Sources: Cuomo Will Raid Transit Funding, Yet Somehow Avoid Fare Hikes and Service Cuts (News)
    • The MTA's 2011 Agenda: Real-Time Bus Info for Staten Island, Progress on Next-Gen Fares (Ben Kabak)
    • Skelos: Transpo Means Jobs; MTA and Roads Need "Balanced Multi-Year Capital Plan" (Transpo Nation)
    • Late For Meeting, Skelos Jokes That Congestion Pricing Would Have Helped (Observer)
    • City Council's Non-Stop Snow Agenda Finally Turns to Bus Shelters (News)
    • Drunk Driver Hits Delivery Cyclist, Flees Scene As Victim Pinned Beneath Second Car (News, Post 1, 2)
    • Nick Kristof Seems to Think America's Traffic Death Epidemic Has Already Been Cured (NYT)
    • Ordinary Bikeway Story Turns Hellish in Hands of Post Headline Writers
    • Taxi Driver Hits and Injures 85-Year-Old Woman in Chinatown (DNAinfo)
    • Cuomo Likes His Muscle Cars and RV, Hasn't Taken The Subway Since Last Year (News)

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