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9:25 AM EDT on September 16, 2009

    • Bloomberg Gets in on the Jay Walder Compensation Antics, Prompting Brodsky Lecture (NYT)
    • In NYC, Biking to School Is Not a Crime; In Fact, Some Schools Are Into It (City Room)
    • Obama Admin Proposes New Fuel Efficiency Rules (NYT, Streetsblog Capitol Hill)
    • In Dutchess County They're Dying to See East River Bridge Tolls (Poughkeepsie Journal)
    • Signs of Bike Boom Reach Westchester Towns (LoHud)
    • Maintenance Work on Brighton Line Suspends Express Service for South Brooklyn Nabes (Post)
    • TSTC to Suozzi: Put a Better Ambassador for Transit Than David Mack on the MTA Board (MTR)
    • Witnesses Describe Deadly Traffic Violence in Vehicular Homicide Case (News)
    • Will Fairfax County Planners Lay an Egg at Tysons Corner? (GGW)
    • Dublin Launches a Bike-Share -- With Only 450 Bikes for Now (Irish Times)

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