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    • Fare Hike Would Raise MTA Bridge Tolls, Too (Post) -- All the More Reason for Toll Reform
    • News Wants MTA to Keep Fare Hikes Under the Rate of Inflation, as Promised
    • NYPD School Safety Van Driver Runs Over 13-Year-Old in Kensington (WCBSNY1DP CornerWPIX)
    • Seating and Planters on Extra-Wide UWS Sidewalk? No Way, Say Cranks (DNA, Spectator)
    • Port Authority: Traffic Officers Key to Improved Bus Terminal Wait Times (Record,, WCBS)
    • News Covers Petition Asking for Real Consequences for Driver Who Killed Allison Liao
    • Cuomo's Top Aide and Budget Director Expected to Leave Administration in New Year (News)
    • Buddy Valastro, TV's "Cake Boss," Charged With DUI After Stop on 10th Avenue (WNBC)
    • Where Do City Government Workers Live? Often, Beyond the Reach of Convenient Transit (Gothamist)
    • The Transportation Solution for Isolated Astoria Cove? A New Ferry Dock (Observer)
    • Damned Cyclists on Cell Phones (News, WCBS, WNBC, WPIX)

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