The DN opinion page argues against the PA lawmakers trying to derail the I-80 toll plan, saying that their objections make no sense.
Dan U-A opines about arrogance and misguidance among SEPTA's representatives, sparking a lively debate about how best to get rider input into the system, the role of judges in getting fairness, and... um... a bunch of other stuff. (It's YPP, after all!)
Weakly related but amusing: NYC's Bloomberg likes to claim himself as a regular subway rider, but it turns out he only likes express lines, taking a hefty SUV trip to bypass most of his commute.
Nutter suggests that Philadelphia needs more than occasional lobbying in DC, suggesting a permanent office there to help establish our city's importance to the country.