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8:58 AM EDT on September 29, 2011

    • Chris Ward Will Leave Port Authority a Week After Jay Walder's Last Day at MTA (NYT)
    • Cuomo: Transit Expertise Not a Requirement to Run Nation's Biggest Transit System (Transpo Nation)
    • MTA Board to Walder: You're the Best (NY1)
    • Norman Brown: Walder Leaving Too Soon, Could Have Done Better on Labor Relations (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Watch Lew Fidler Explain Why Basic Bike Safety Projects Should Be Singled Out for CB Review (BK Pol)
    • City-Backed Smartphone-Based Parking Availability App Coming to Arthur Avenue (NY1)
    • DOT Adds Audible Walk Signals to Help Visually Impaired Pedestrians Cross the Street (News)
    • Bay Ridge Car Dealerships Park Their Inventory All Over the Sidewalk (Bklyn Paper)
    • Asked About NYC Bike Lanes, Jim Walden Trots Out His Tea Party Math (Crain's)
    • The Herbert London School of Street Design Isn't Based on Facts (City Journal)
    • Beautification of Downtown Brooklyn Continues (Brownstoner)

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