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9:08 AM EDT on September 23, 2010

    • Whoa: Paladino Only Trails Cuomo By 6 Points in New Q Poll (NYT)
    • Paladino Wanted to Tear Down State Office Building to Make Way for Parking (News)
    • Republicans Feeling Good About Their Chances to Retake State Senate (Gotham Gazette)
    • More on the Debut of Union Square's Public Space Makeover (Post, Transpo Nation)
    • Excellent Editorial on Bike Lanes in the Downtown Express
    • Looks Like We're Headed for $104 Monthly MetroCards (NY1)
    • 178 MTA Bus Drivers Caught Texting Behind the Wheel So Far This Year (Post)
    • The Next Next-Gen Fare Payment System: Pay By Smart Phone (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • High School Freshman Killed Crossing NYC Region's Second-Deadliest Road (MTR)
    • Who's Afraid of World Car-Free Day? Climate Change Deniers (Grist)

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