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8:56 AM EDT on September 2, 2011

    • Low-Ridership Port Jervis Line Decimated by Storm, Needs Months of Repairs (NYT)
    • Bronx DA Brings 15 Homicide Charges Against Chinatown Bus Driver, Says Neglect No Accident (NYT)
    • Too-Small Port Authority Toll Hikes Likely to Be Reduced Further by Cuomo/Christie Raids (Crain's)
    • Times Square Bowtie Soars Onto List of World's Top Ten Shopping Strips (Crain's)
    • Urban Sprawl and Impermeable Pavement Worsened Damage From Irene (WNYC)
    • Constrained Supply Make Taxi Medallions Better Investment Than Gold or Housing (Bloomberg)
    • Fairfield to Open New Train Station, But With 1,450 Parking Spots, Not Promised Development (WSJ)
    • Just Another Hipster on His Bike (NYT)
    • Policy and Luxury Demand Send Parking Prices Up in U.S. Downtowns (WSJ)
    • Second Avenue Construction Spurs First Avenue Renaissance (WSJ)

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