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MTA Says Latest LIRR Offer Is 'Everything They Want' (link)

Exclusive: Logs Show Dozens of Calls Between Former Port Chief & Top Christie Aides (link)

When the Silver Line Opens, Your Dating Life Will Get a Lot More Exciting (link)


The NTSB says too much technology and too little training caused the Asiana crash in San Francisco last year. (NPR)

Sales of new MetroCards have plummeted 71% since New York's MTA instituted a $1 replacement fee. (Gothamist)

Speaking of which: the NY MTA board meeting begins today at 10am. You can watch here.

San Francisco wants to ban an app that would allow users to auction off parking spaces on public streets. At issue: are users selling public property, or information? (Marketplace)

The digging is done on San Francisco's Central Subway. (SF Chron)

A series of homemade bombs went off at four Cairo subway stations. (Bloomberg)

FAA says: no drones or model airplanes within five miles of an airport. (The Hill)

A woman is suing the NYC subway because she says an ad for the show "Dexter" caused her to fall and break her ankle. (DNAInfo)

A Philadelphia bank robber was nabbed by police after attempting to use a SEPTA bus as a getaway car. (NBC10)

India's new government has partially rolled back increases in railway fares following public protests. (Financial Times)

Uber drivers rallied outside of Uber offices in Santa Monica. "The rally concluded with chants 'Insure the drivers!' and 'Ratings must go!'" (KPCC)