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8:55 AM EDT on September 19, 2011

    • Congestion Pricing 2.0: $1B in Revenue, Fare Hike Reprieve, Outer-Borough Toll Discounts (News)
    • DOT to Replace Last Single-Space Parking Meter in Manhattan With Muni-Meter Today (NYT)
    • Interactive Touchscreens Bring Travel Directions, Service Advisories, News to MTA Hubs (News)
    • Staten Island Advance: Motorists' Disdain For Traffic Laws Near School a "Ticking Time Bomb"
    • Port Authority Toll Hikes Push Some to Transit; Most Will Keep Driving (WSJ)
    • Bloomberg: Paying Higher Tolls Better Than Letting Bridges Fall Down (Post)
    • While Leaving Transit Unfunded, Gearhead Governor Cuomo Heads to the Auto Show (NYT)
    • The Daily News Takes a Ride in a Dollar Van
    • Speeding SUV Driver Kills Bronx Man in Hit-And-Run (News)
    • State Assembly Can't Send Anyone To Congress, Silver Can't Win Local Party Races (News 1, 2)

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