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8:58 AM EDT on August 25, 2011

    • Squadron and Chin Call on DOT for Safer Delancey, Again (DNAinfo)
    • J/Z Line Tops Latest Straphangers' State of the Subways Rankings
    • MTA Prepares for Hurricane Irene (Second Ave Sagas)
    • Community Board Holds Up BoltBus Move to Chelsea (DNAinfo)
    • Hunters Point Businesses Say Film Crews Hog Parking, Sidewalks (NY1)
    • Carl Kruger Crony Frank Seddio Pegged as Frontrunner for Fidler's Council Seat (CHN)
    • With Latest City Council Vote, 80 Percent of Hoboken Streets to Have Bike Lanes (Patch)
    • After Budget Deal and Gas Tax Reversal, CT Transit Riders Face Hikes and Cuts (MTR)
    • Deadline Approaches for Renewing Federal Gas Tax Authorization (WaPo)
    • Report: World Auto Population Hit 1 Billion in 2010 (Infrastructurist)

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