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9:02 AM EDT on October 23, 2008

    • City Council Votes on Term Limits Today (News, Post)
    • Tom Friedman on the Hazards of Cheaper Oil (NYT)
    • High-Speed Rail Could Spur California Towns to Become More Urban, Transit-Oriented (SF Chron)
    • Tom Vanderbilt Explains Why 30-40 MPH Design Speeds Are Ridiculous for Residential Streets
    • Brooklyn Paper Covers DOT's Ped Safety Project for Flatbush and Fourth Ave
    • State DOT: BQE Reconstruction Won't Affect Development of Brooklyn Bridge Park (Bklyn Paper)
    • Vid Screens at One L Station Will Show Riders Where the Next Train Is (NY1, NYT)
    • Cap'n Transit Has Some More Ideas About How to Get the Most Out of Real-Time Subway Data
    • Corporate Space: GM Plaza a Better Place Now That GM Isn't Managing It (NYT)
    • Study Finds Flaws in MTA Service for the Disabled (NY1)

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