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8:59 AM EDT on September 22, 2011

    • Tunneling for First Phase of Second Avenue Subway to Be Completed Today (WSJ)
    • Reuters Picks Up DiNapoli's MTA Debt Bomb Warning; And: Kabak Weighs In
    • Thanks Albany: TWU Says Dirty Subways Have Ushered in Rat Renaissance (News)
    • What Do You Know -- Turns Out Most New Yorkers Don't Drive to Work (WNYC)
    • Alta Gives Financial District a Bike-Share Preview (DNAinfo)
    • Why Isn't This DNAinfo Story Headlined "Hell's Kitchen Welcomes New Bike Lanes, Safer Streets"?
    • It Took Two Post Reporters to Write This Half-Assed Hit Piece on Community-Backed East Harlem Lanes
    • East-Siders Ready to Move Forward With UN Greenway Link (DNAinfo)
    • Fights Over Parking Spots: Not Like You See on "Seinfeld" (News)
    • NY1 Highlights the Markowitz Plan for Fourth Avenue
    • Car-Free Streets, Greenways and Gardens: New Yorkers Re-Imagine Their City (Atlantic)

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