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9:02 AM EDT on September 17, 2008

    • House Votes to Loosen Restrictions on Offshore Drilling (NYT)
    • Biden: Obama Presidency Would Be 'Most Train-Friendly Administration Ever' (Politico)
    • MTA May Ask City Agencies to Pay Tolls for On-Duty Travel (News)
    • Bloomberg: Selling Bridges Won't Fix Toll-Shopping Traffic (News)
    • Lincoln Tunnel Needs a Jersey-Bound Express Bus Lane (MTR)
    • Queens Beep: Performance Parking Is a Money Grab (News)
    • Queens Residents Call for Traffic Signal at Whitestone Intersection (News)
    • Second Round of MTA Rider Report Cards Gets Underway (City Room, NY1)
    • Black Cars Making Fewer Trips Amidst Market Turmoil (NYT)
    • Hey Wall Street! Wanna Buy a Rolls? (City Room, Post)

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