Today’s Headlines

  • Deal With TWU Throws MTA Budgeting Out of Whack (NY1, News, Post, NYT)
  • The News Has Some Harsh Words for the Arbitrator Behind the Deal
  • Public Perception of Subway Service Unchanged in Last 10 Years; Most Are Satisfied (AMNY)
  • GM on the ‘230 MPG’ Volt: There’s No Way to Charge It On a City Street (NYT, Streetsblog Cap Hill)
  • City Room Profiles the Budnick Bikeway
  • More on Yesterday’s Debut of Bus Arrival Displays on 34th Street (Post, News, AMNY)
  • John Liu Turns ‘Two Sets of Books’ Into a Campaign Slogan (News)
  • MTA Capital Funding: Where Does the Money Come From? (2nd Ave Sagas)
  • Jay Walder to Face Confirmation Hearings This Fall; Kruger Rubs Hands in Anticipation (Politicker)
  • A Busier Columbia Waterfront Port Has Neighbors Worried About Truck Traffic (Bklyn Eagle)
  • Eat Your Heart Out, Jersey Mayors: 6 Nassau County Workers Nabbed in Ticket-Fixing Ring (Newsday)

Catch more headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill — including the latest on the Cash for Clunkers debacle