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    • This Fare Hike Is Nothing Compared to What Will Happen With an Unfunded MTA Capital Program (WSJ)
    • Republicans Have a Majority, But Jeff Klein May Still Remain Senate Co-Leader (CapTon)
    • Gelinas: Cuomo Can't Ignore Math Much Longer; Big Toll Hikes Necessary to Pay for TZB (TUCapital)
    • Judge Denies AAA's Bid to Block Port Authority Toll Hikes, Set to Take Effect December 7 (WNYC, WCBS)
    • After Rule Change to Reduce Overcharging, Pedicab Licenses Drop by a Quarter and the Post Is Thrilled
    • NTSB Compares Metro-North "Safety Culture" to Chernobyl (Bloomberg); Meanwhile, on the Streets...
    • Broken Windows: Turns Out Driver Stopped for Using Cell Phone Was Unlicensed (Advance)
    • Take a Look at Proposals for Jay Street from Transportation Alternatives Workshops (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Rejoice, Nostrand Walkers and Bus Riders: Construction Set to Wrap in Spring (DNA)
    • Eyes on the Street: New Ped Safety Island at Pitt and Delancey on Lower East Side (Bowery Boogie)

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