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MAR 27, 2015 - Philadelphia Inquirer

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SEPTA plans $535 million for new vehicles and construction

SEPTA plans to spend $535 million next year to buy new vehicles, replace and repair rail bridges, upgrade train stations, and begin overhauling its Center City subway concourse.

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MAR 26, 2015 - Forbes

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New Book Casts Spotlight On NYC's Underground Artworks

The New York City subway system may be known for its size, age and even delays. But a new book by Monacelli Press sheds a spotlight on its extensive art collection, 250 permanent works commissioned by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority since the mid-1980’s.

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MAR 26, 2015 - Forbes

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New Book Sheds Spotlight On NYC's Underground Artworks

The New York City subway system may be known for its size, age and even delays. But a new book by Monacelli Press sheds a spotlight on its extensive art collection, 250 permanent works commissioned by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority since the mid-1980?s.

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MAR 25, 2015 - Business Insider

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Female execs should be flipping out about their compensation

The New York Fed has a new paper out on gender differences in executive pay and it's downright scary.  Not only do men get paid more in general, but their compensation is usually structured such that they get paid much more than executive women do when their company does well. On top of that — and this is where it ...

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MAR 24, 2015 - Fast Company

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A Rare Interview With Graphic Design Legend Massimo Vignelli

From 2006, the late designer shares the story behind his infamous New York subway map and why typographic elegance will prevail. This is the third of three excerpts from Helvetica/Objectified/Urbanized: The Complete Interviews by filmmaker Gary Hustwit (read the first two here and here). Join Hustwit Wednesday, March 25, at the Strand in New York for a talk about the ...

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