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8:39 AM EDT on September 10, 2007

    • Officials, PTA Protest Improvements Near Queens School (NYT, Streetsblog)
    • Queens CB Drafts Wish List in Anticipation of Congestion Pricing (Times Ledger)
    • For 70% of NJ Commuters, Pricing Benefits Would Exceed Costs (TSTC)
    • Upkeep for Public Spaces in Private Hands (City Room)
    • Brooklyn Tornado Victims to Get Federal Disaster Aid (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Taking the A Train, 75 Years Later (NYT, Second Ave Sagas)
    • 7 Line Extension Will Have Sliding Platform Doors (Gothamist)
    • From Within, MTA Gets Low Marks on Security (Daily News)
    • Amtrak Expects Fifth Record-Setting Year (AP via Carfree USA)
    • Long Island Boy Killed by Minivan; No Charges Filed (Newsday)
    • What's the Deal With You Bikers? (Daily Heights via Gowanus Lounge)
    • Bikes Are Good for the City (NYT)
    • One Presidential Candidate Calling for Carbon Tax (Salon)

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