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Thursday, January 15, 2009

Executive director and CEO of the MTA, Elliot Sander, explains how the MTA runs and reports back from last night’s first public hearing on the looming fare hike and service cuts. Plus, Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney on the possibility of becoming the next US Senator from New York.


Carolyn Maloney and Elliot Sander

Smart = Cool

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Andrea Bernstein, WNYC political director, reports on the Sustainable Transport award given to New York City by the Institute for Transportation & Development Policy.

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January Guest: Elliot Sander

CEO and executive director of the MTA, Elliot Sander, is the weekly Thursday guest for the month of January. He'll discuss how the MTA runs and report back from last night's public hearing on the proposed fare hike and service cuts.

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Gaza Latest

Jim Sleeper, lecturer in political science at Yale University, blogger, and former Daily News columnist, discusses the ongoing war in Gaza.

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Representing New York

Carolyn B. Maloney, Congresswoman (NY-14), talks about the new session of Congress and the possibility of becoming the next New York Senator.

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Remember when we took your comments on how hot it was? Well now it's Jack Frost's turn. Complete the sentence: "It's so cold that..." Comment below!

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