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9:00 AM EDT on September 22, 2009

    • Census: Fewer Americans Driving Solo to Work (NYT)
    • Can Suburbs Become Better Places to Grow Old? (WSJ)
    • MTA to Roll Out Next-Gen Payment System on Eight City Bus Lines This Year (AMNY)
    • Poetic Justice: New MTA Disclosure Rules Nab State Senate Staffer in Pay-to-Play Mess (MTR)
    • Brooklyn CB15 Wants Double-Decker Belt Highway to JFK; Fidler: Interesting (Post)
    • WNYC Listeners Tell Brian Lehrer: They Want More Bike Lanes, Performance Parking
    • Scenes From the First Day of Hiram Monserrate's Assault Trial (News, Post, NYT)
    • Rite Aid Rig Transforms Eighth Ave Bike Lane Into Loading Zone (Gothamist)
    • The Problem With Small Bike-Share Pilots: Not Many People Will Ride (Rebuilding Place)
    • Hardly Anywhere in America Is Like Freiberg, Germany (Yglesias)

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