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9:46 AM EST on January 6, 2012

    • Mark-Viverito: East Harlem Deserves the Same Safe Streets as Chelsea and Park Slope (News)
    • Bloomberg Calls Subway Infrastructure "Inadequate" and Underfunded... (DNAinfo)
    • ...And Says It Behooves City Hall to Stay Out of Albany's Problem (Cap NY)
    • Motorist Hits and Kills Sheepshead Bay Deliveryman, Flees Scene (News)
    • Staten Island Makes Drunk Driving a Priority as Arrests Drop in Rest of City (Post)
    • Crain's Names MTA a State of the State Loser
    • Lefevre Family Lawsuit Against NYPD Picked Up By NYTWSJPost
    • Bill McKibben: Transit Workers Are the Face of Environmentalism (News)
    • Free Fares for Transit Workers: Special Privilege or Fair Compensation? (NYT)
    • MTA Lets Riders Know Its Plans for Winter Weather (Post)
    • UES NIMBYs Continue to Oppose Elevator Access to Subway (DNAinfo)
    • Andrea Bernstein and Brian Lehrer Discuss the Lack of Transit in Cuomo State of State (WNYC)

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