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8:59 AM EST on December 12, 2011

    • Cuomo's First Year Offered Only Bad News For Transit (WNYC)
    • "Emergency Meeting" Called to Grapple With Cuomo's Anti-Transit Actions (CapTon)
    • Mitchell Moss: "Subway Riders Get the Shaft" in Albany Tax Deal (NYT)
    • Bronx Has Slow Buses, But Newfound Political Juice at MTA (News)
    • Hit-And-Run Puts Pedestrian in Critical Condition Where Jazz Singer Was Killed Last Month (DNAinfo)
    • Livery Bill Negotiations: Not Quite Dead Yet (Post)
    • Cyclist Seriously Injured in Prospect Park at Site of NYPD Crackdown (Bklyn Paper)
    • Cuomo Promises to Add Transit Back Into Infrastructure Fund (Transpo Nation)
    • Hudson Valley Businesses Cheer MTA Payroll Tax Cut as Transit Advocates Worry (LoHud)
    • Gannett Investigation Finds No Accountability for Over-Budget Highway Spending
    • Matt Long Recovers From Bike/Bus Crash, Finds Happiness and Health (NYT)

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