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8:58 AM EDT on September 7, 2011

    • Union Square Traffic Redesign a Success: Speeding Down, Biking Up, Businesses Happy (DNAinfo)
    • MTA Management -- Without Raise for Four Years -- Wracked With Dangerously High Turnover (Post)
    • Straphangers Want Next MTA Chief to Be Politically Savvy Transit Expert (News)
    • Southbound Cortlandt Street Station Reopens Before 9/11 Anniversary (Post, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Kabak: Are Subways Safer Now Than Ten Years Ago?
    • Staten Island Lobbies for Special Discounts on Tolls (Advance)
    • Brooklyn Paper Reports Death of Cyclist Nicholas Djandji
    • ConnDOT Forcing New Haven's Historic Highway Teardown to End With Autocentric Street (MTR)
    • Downtown Alliance Hopes Public Art Will Make Walking By Holland Tunnel Traffic Bearable (DNAinfo)
    • Latest Rain Storm Closes Irene-Soaked Highways Again (LoHud)

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