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9:24 AM EDT on September 11, 2009

    • State Senate Deigns to Confirm Jay Walder as MTA Chief (Daily Politics, NYT, News, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • NYC Even More Vulnerable to Rising Sea Levels Than Other Coastal Cities (WSJ)
    • IBO: City Will Lose Out on Atlantic Yards Subsidies (City Room, AYR, News, Bklyn Paper)
    • Forbes Interviews JSK. Did You Know DOT Has a Training Academy for Community Boards?
    • Some Merchants Still Groping for a Reason to Disapprove of Eighth Ave Bike Lane (Chelsea Now)
    • Irene Lo Re Complains to Post About Parking Reform on Brooklyn's Fifth Ave
    • What Sort of Person Takes an Anti-Bike Group Named "CARR" Seriously? (Villager)
    • Brooklyn Bridge Rehab Will Divert Traffic to Lots of Places, Especially Chrystie Street (Tribeca Trib)
    • UES Home of Wall Street Genius Includes 12-Car Garage (Biz Insider via Infrastructurist)
    • An Encouraging Experiment on Market Street: Less Traffic, Better Public Spaces (Streetsblog SF)

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