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8:58 AM EST on December 11, 2012

    • MTA Board Honing in On Plan to Raise Base and Monthly Fares (NYT, SAS)
    • Cuomo and Thruway Authority Non-Committal on Truck Toll Hike (TransNat)
    • Gelinas: Now Is Not the Optimal Time for a Change in MTA Leadership
    • Locals Demonstrate Against Ceding Park Land for Queens Soccer Stadium (DNA)
    • Liu Extracts Transparency Concessions From NYC EDC (NYT)
    • CB 8 Members Want Bike-Specific Signals in Central Park (DNA)
    • Witness Tells Daily News That NYPD Ran Down Deceased Bronx Dirt Biker
    • New Staten Island Park-and-Ride Ferry Not as Popular as Expected (Advance)
    • Jersey City Mayor Launches Cycling Program, Including 35 Miles of Lanes (Journal)
    • In New York, Even a Driver Who Kills 15 People Can Get a Second Chance (Post)

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