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8:58 AM EDT on September 28, 2011

    • Bus Ridership Down Big, Subway Ridership Up Slightly After 2010 Service Cuts (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Read All About the Permanent Design for Times Square's Public Plazas (NYT, News, Post)
    • Next Batch of Charges for Tix Fix Grand Jury: 10 PBA Delegates (NYT, News)
    • What Would Happen to Bklyn Paper Pageviews Without the Stories Ginning Up Controversy About PPW?
    • More About NY State's Perfection of the Rule, "Once a Licensed Driver, Always a Licensed Driver" (NYT)
    • Cap'n Transit: Those "Longest Commute" Studies Don't Say What You Think They Say
    • NYPD Has Arrested Dozens of Wall St. Protesters for "Blocking Traffic" (AP)
    • Cell-mageddon! Mobile Phone Service Arrives at Tranquil Subway Platforms (WSJ, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Public Employees Federation Rejects Contract; Samuelsen Says TWU Now in Stronger Position (News)
    • Looks Like Plenty of Daily News Readers Back Complete Streets

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