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Today’s Headlines

8:59 AM EDT on September 24, 2008

    • House Spending Bill Would End Offshore Drilling Ban (NYT)
    • Parts of Southeast U.S. Gripped by Gas Shortages in Wake of Hurricanes (NBC)
    • In NYC, Exorbitant Tunneling Costs Make BRT and Light Rail More Attractive (NYT)
    • Sadik-Khan: "Highly Likely" Summer Streets Will Return, Expand to Other Boros (News)
    • Major Car-Free Event Coming to Miami (Transit Miami)
    • System for Real-Time Subway Arrival Info Five Years Behind Schedule (News)
    • Will Google Transit Boost Ridership? (Sun, City Room, NY1, Newsday)
    • MTA to Investigate Troubling Bus Fuel Contract (NYT)
    • Astoria to Get One of DOT's New Bike Shelters (Queens Gazette)
    • Should the S.I. Ferry Stay Free? (Gothamist)
    • Woman Self-Immolates in Extreme Road Rage Incident (London Times)

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