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TN MOVING STORIES: Atlantans Warm To Transit, Gas Prices Down, and All-Night NYC Bike Ride a Tradition

Monday, September 26, 2011 - 08:50 AM

Top stories on TN:

Paying customers have filled only 45 percent of Yankee Stadium’s 9,000 parking spots on game days this season. (Link)

BART: Maybe we don't need a cell phone shutdown policy after all. (Link)

The government's Passenger Carrier Strike Force is conducting surprise bus inspections. (Link)

Suitland and Deanwood tied for the worst station in Metro's second quarter crime report. (Photo courtesy of WAMU)

A new poll shows that Atlanta area residents are warming to public transit -- even in counties that have traditionally opposed MARTA. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Parsing New Jersey's commute, county by county. (Asbury Park Press)

Cuts in Milwaukee County's bus service would put 13,000 jobs out of reach, a new study says. (Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel)

DC's ten worst crime-ridden Metrorail stations. (WAMU)

Using public transit for a suburb-to-suburb commute in the Chicago area can mean being it takes six hours for a 48-mile round trip. (Daily Herald)

Gas prices are down. (AP via the Wall Street Journal)

A Columbia professor's all-night bike ride through New York City has become a tradition. (Wall Street Journal)

Auto reboot: the future of driving could mean autopilot, a dramatic cut in fatalities -- and a stronger economy. (NPR)

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