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8:58 AM EDT on July 27, 2011

    • MTA Plans to Close Capital Deficit With $7B In Debt, Port Authority Funds (WSJ)
    • Even With All That Borrowing, MTA Thinks It Can Avoid Service Cuts and Big Fare Hikes (Post)
    • MTA Proposes Value Capture Near Second Avenue, East Side Access for More Revenue (Newsday)
    • News: Walder Wrote Good, But Fragile, Operating Budget
    • After Months of Pressure, NYPD Finally Starts Ticketing Placarded Cars Near Atlantic Yards (News)
    • New York State's First Public Bike-Share Program, With 400 Bikes, Coming to Long Beach (MTR)
    • Westchester's Bee-Line Buses, Used By Transit-Dependent Commuters, Hits Record Ridership (MTR)
    • East Siders Imagine New Waterfront Park, Part of Proposed Future Greenway (NYT)
    • Ray Kelly: Raise Fine for Fare-Beating (News)

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