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8:55 AM EDT on September 23, 2011

    • Bloomberg, Minority Politicians Push Back on Taxi Industry, Fight For Livery Cab Bill (NYTNews)
    • Internal Affairs, Meant To Prosecute Tix Fix, Leaked Details to Cops Instead (NYT)
    • Cuomo's Schedules Show No Meetings on Transit, Few on Transportation (Transpo Nation)
    • "Rave Reviews" For Bike-Share at Demonstration in Bowling Green (DNAinfo)
    • Andrea Peyser Locks Up a Pulitzer With Exposé on Massive Bike Psycho Conspiracy (Post)
    • Judge: Parking Placards Not Part of Teachers' Compensation Package (News)
    • Cuomo and Christie Dined Together Days Before Feigning Surprise Over Port Authority Tolls (News)
    • Tunnels Complete For Second Avenue Subway; Just Add Stations, Tracks and Trains (PostWSJ)
    • High Fares, Bus Service Top Issues at Jamaica Transit Forum (QChron)
    • Cell Service Comes to Six Subway Stations Next Week (News, Post)
    • Boerum Hill Rezoning Already Blocking Development of Artist Housing (Bklyn Paper)

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