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Today’s Headlines

8:59 AM EDT on October 25, 2011

    • No Charges for Truck Driver Who Killed Cyclist Mathieu Lefevre and Left Scene (Gothamist)
    • MTA Aiming to Go Live With Citywide Real-Time Bus Info in 18 Months (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Angotti: "We Need One Street System Connecting Us All, Not 59 Isolated Enclaves" (Gotham Gaz)
    • Companies Favored By Markowitz Gave Millions to His Non-Profits (NYT)
    • Cap'n Transit: Traffic Projections Justifying Wider Tappan Zee Bridge Are Bogus (1, 2)
    • Yassky to Cabbies: Quit the Useless Honking or You'll Get Fined; Horn Addicts: No Way (News)
    • Dirt-Cheap Metro-North Parking Permits Get Handed Down Like Heirlooms (WSJ)
    • Searching for Meaning in the MTA's Annual Rider Survey (Gothamist, NY1)
    • Countdown Clocks Linked to Higher Straphanger Satisfaction (WSJ, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Will Riders Strew Less Litter in Subway Stations Without Trash Cans? (NYT, News, Post)

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