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Today’s Headlines

8:51 AM EDT on September 13, 2011

    • It's Election Day and the Polls Are Open (MTR, News)
    • Health Commish: Slowing Traffic Can Reduce Fatal and Severe Injuries to NYC Kids (News)
    • Popular Union Square Public Space Improvements Get the Grynbaum Treatment (City Room)
    • Forget Albany -- High School Students Are Bankrupting the MTA! (News)
    • Newsday to Albany: More Red Light Cams for Long Island and NYC, Please
    • Security Theater Unbearable to the Post When It's Cars Getting Stopped
    • Revenge of the Dinkins Commissioners Continues (Post)
    • Inclusion of PRT Sullies Credibility of WSJ's "How to Green Your City" List
    • File Under "Good Problems to Have": Copenhagen's Bike Congestion (Guardian)
    • Damned Bike Lanes (Bklyn Paper)

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