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NEW YORK - Commuters who use New York City's subways, buses and commuter trains are going to have to dig deeper in their pockets to cover their costs.
LONDON - By foot, bike and devious new routes, London commuters scrambled to get to work Monday during a one-day strike by the city's subway workers.
PHOENIX - The company that operates one-third of Phoenix city buses has locked out dozens of workers in a contract dispute.
WASHINGTON - A Metro spokeswoman says a brawl at a rail station in the nation's capital involved 70 people and three people have been arrested.
LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles region is trying to become the nation's leader in public transportation.
- 'See something, say something' drive begins in NYC
- 2 subway lines to end amid NYC transit budget woes
- NYC commuters brace for subway, bus service cuts
- Russia ships gas to Belarus but new threat looms
- NYC, DC beef up transit security over Moscow blast
- NYC beefs up transit security after Moscow blast
- NYC transit board cuts subway line, bus routes
- DC transit chief resigns after string of accidents
- LaHood rescinds Bush transit spending restrictions
- Dubai says metro on schedule, contracts being paid
- A look at the 2010 Ford Transit Connect
- Ford Transit Connect finally comes to US