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8:44 AM EDT on September 25, 2009

    • MTA Board Approves $28B Capital Plan With $10B Funding Gap (Newsday)
    • Yassky vs. Liu: Most Exciting Comptroller Contest Ever (NYT)
    • John Liu the Go-To Source for Criticism of Times Square Plazas (Forbes)
    • Chatham Square Safety Improvements on Hold for Two Years (Downtown Express)
    • Woman Struck By City Bus on Queens Boulevard Expected to Survive (News)
    • New CB4 Chair: "I Wish I Saw More Bikes" on Eighth Ave Bike Lane (Chelsea Now)
    • Brian Lehrer Looks at How Tech Is Changing Your Commute, Or Not (WNYC)
    • Honda One-Ups Segway in Race to Build World's Silliest Transport Device (Biz Insider)
    • SoHo Take Note: Madrid Pedestrianizes Traffic-Choked Street and Shoppers Rejoice (Globespotters)
    • Couples Living It Up in NYC's Public Spaces on Date Night (City Room)

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