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9:00 AM EDT on September 8, 2010

    • Congressional Leaders Call Obama Infrastructure Plan Surprise, Unclear on Details (Transpo Nation)
    • GOP Opposition Could Doom Obama Infrastructure Plan From Start (WNYC)
    • Padernacht Throws Support to Rivera, Unifying Challenge to Espada (NYT)
    • The Circus Is in Town: MTA Fare Hike Hearings Start Monday (MTR)
    • Poll: NYC Cabbies Most Reckless in Nation (News)
    • What a Fully-Funded Regional Transportation System Would Look Like (News)
    • Access-A-Ride Driver Runs Over Roosevelt Island Man in Wheelchair (Gothamist)
    • Stadium Constructions Remain Rip-Off Generations Later (NYT)
    • DOT's "You The Man" App Fights Drunk Driving With Humor (News)
    • "No Cell, No Song/Low Talk/In Peace We Travel/Arrive Calm" - Poetry of NJTransit's Quiet Cars (NYT)
    • West Vancouver Introduces Creepiest Traffic Calming Device (Discovery Magazine)

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