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TN MOVING STORIES: Racial Profiling At Newark Liberty Airport -- Digital Displays Coming to More NYC Subway Cars

Friday, June 17, 2011 - 08:51 AM

Newark Airport (photo by Masck/Flickr)

Racial profiling apparently became common practice at Newark Airport, and now lawmakers want to know why. (Star-Ledger)

The NYC MTA says East Side Select Bus Service increased ridership by 30%. (DNA Info)

Budget woes and high gas prices are causing Illinois to cut back school bus service. (Chicago Tribune)

New York may bring automated station announcements and digital displays to 1,700 more subway cars. (New York Times)

Toyota says full vehicle production will return to North America in September -- faster than expected. (Bloomberg)

Women in Saudi Arabia are agitating for the right to drive. (The Takeaway)

A New York Daily News op-ed says that NYC DOT commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan killed a City Council plan to put livery cab stands in outer boroughs.

Parking a pickup truck overnight in Coral Gables, Florida -- even in a driveway -- could cost residents a $100 ticket. (USA Today)

Taxi data could be mined to solve public transit problems. (The Urbanophile)

Plans for a High Line-style park are moving ahead in Chicago. (Red Eye Chicago)

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