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Today’s Headlines

10:07 AM EDT on October 5, 2009

    • Jay Walder Wants to Improve "Customer Experience" at the MTA. (News)
    • Walder Could Start by Opening Data so NY'ers Can Catch the Bus With a Blackberry (Governing)
    • Transit Workers Emerge From Station Booth Stupor to Rally Against Bloomberg (NYT)
    • License Plate Readers to be Deployed in Midtown but Not for Congestion Pricing (NYT)
    • A Technology Solution to the Distracted Driving Problem or Tougher Laws?
    • David Byrne's Wild Wild Biking Biking Life (NPR Weekend Edition)
    • Hey, Look, a Times Columnist Complaining About a Parking Ticket! (NYT)
    • Taxi Medallion Value Has Appreciated 245% Since 2000 (News)
    • Copenhagenize Identifies the World's Worst Bike Share System
    • Saratoga Springs Considers Lifting Ban on Walking and Biking to School (Planetizen)
    • Bronx Homeowners Losing Insurance Over Climate Change Risk (News)
    • There's Not Enough "Lively Debate" in the New Times Square (Faster Times)

Sorry for the late start this morning, folks. Elana has more headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill.

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