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8:57 AM EST on November 14, 2011

    • LI Bus Privatization Deal Slashes Funding, Allows Huge Service Cuts (Transpo NationMTR)
    • MTA to Try Overnight or Week-Long Repair Blitzes on Subways, Shutting Down Service (News)
    • Staten Island Legislators Demand 81% Toll Cut on Bridges, No Cross-Subsidies (Advance)
    • Driver Kills Italian Jazz Vocalist Daniela D'Ercole on UWS; NYPD: "No Criminality" (NBC)
    • Jack Vanleuvan Dies From Cop Car Crash Injuries (Post)
    • Insurer Claims No Responsibility for Delivery Cyclist Hitting Pedestrian (Post)
    • Jarrett Murphy Explains Who the Victims of Ticket Fixing Are (City Limits)
    • Who's Afraid of 34th Street Loading Zones? The Daily News Editorial Board
    • Joe Lhota's First Official Act: Ask DAs to Stop Transit Worker Assaults (News)
    • New Mid-Block Crosswalk Approved for 57th Street (DNAinfo)
    • Less Street Cleaning, More World Peace? (NYT)

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