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N.Y. City Mayor Bloomberg Chauffeured To Subway

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N.Y. City Mayor Bloomberg Chauffeured To Subway

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N.Y. City Mayor Bloomberg Chauffeured To Subway

N.Y. City Mayor Bloomberg Chauffeured To Subway

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New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has long touted his city's public transportation system, bragging that he takes the subway to work almost every day. But a curious New York Times reporter recently followed the mayor and found out he's not your average subway rider. In fact, Bloomberg gets a little help each morning from a pair of king-size Chevrolet Suburbans.

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