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9:00 AM EST on March 7, 2012

    • MTA: Fare Hikes Will Barely Cover Rising Pension+Health Care Costs (WSJ, CapNY)
    • ...And Don't Forget the Debt Bomb (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Vaccaro Challenges NYPD "Riding Outside a Bike Lane" Ticket in Supreme Court (Gothamist)
    • Can Special Taxes on Development Make Up for Our Pathetically Low Gas Tax? (C&S)
    • Living in Manhattan Starts to Look More Affordable When You Factor in Transpo Costs (MTR)
    • Copenhagen's New Suburb: Transit-Adjacent Starchitecture (NYT)
    • People You Share the Road With: Man Smashes Windshield With Bat on BQE (Bklyn Paper)
    • Someone Figured Out How to Turn a Parked Car Into a Public Attraction (Here's Park Slope)
    • Stuff You Don't See on American TV: Dad Tells Anti-Traffic-Calming NIMBY to Get Lost (Bklyn Spoke)
    • Best Smackdown of Universal's Desecration of the Lorax (BoingBoing)

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