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9:00 AM EST on December 20, 2011

    • MTA Board Member: Service Could Have Been Restored If Not for Cuomo (Bx Press)
    • And Here's Yet Another Way Riders Will Pay for Gov's Transit Cut (Bloomberg)
    • Emboldened Transit Know-Nothings Want Cuomo to Finish the Job, Kill Payroll Tax (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Rev. Al to Cuomo: Pass the Borough Taxi Bill (News, Politicker)
    • Journal News: Fast-Tracked Tappan Zee Shouldn't Bypass Transit
    • Fare Hike Four Member Carl Kruger Will Finally Relinquish His Senate Seat Today (News, Post)
    • More Coverage of NYPD's Shoddy Job With the Mathieu Lefevre Crash Investigation at Gothamist
    • Salon Foresees Cities of the Future Moving at Human Speeds
    • Schumer: Don't Expect Transit Tax Benefit Extension Before the New Year (Transpo Nation)
    • "MTA" Tops Google Search Terms in NYC (NY1)
    • How Might You Build the Subway Out to Staten Island? (Ped Obs)

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