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8:54 AM EDT on October 11, 2012

    • Citizens Budget Commission's MTA Plan: Higher Fares, Tolls and Gas Taxes, and Road Pricing (CapNY)
    • Related: Advance Hits the Thesaurus for "Outrage" Synonyms
    • At Stop-Frisk Hearing, Bloomberg Attorney Says City Council Has No Authority Over NYPD (NYT, DNA)
    • CB 2 Member Dismisses Residents' Fears of Speeding Traffic, Trucks on Skillman Avenue (Q Gazette)
    • Queens' 104th Precinct Reinstitutes Community Council After Its Director Was Arrested (QChron)
    • Prosecutors: Ex-NYPD Pedestrian Killer Kevin Spellman Had History of Driving Drunk (R'dale Press)
    • EPL: Congestion Pricing Critic Jeffrey Dinowitz Is NYC's Top Assembly Environmentalist (R'dale Press)
    • Cap'n Transit Explains the Limits of Mondermanism
    • The Nostalgia Train Was On Duty in the South Bronx Yesterday ... (TransNat, SAS)
    • ... And Nine Percent of the Capital Bikeshare Fleet Was Docked at Nationals Stadium (TransNat)

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