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10:08 AM EST on November 14, 2008

    • DOT Pledges More Bike Paths and Ped Space (Post)
    • NY1 Covers UWS Livable Streets Ideas
    • Post Columnist Rants Against DOT, Bike Lanes, and Ped Plazas
    • Philly, Phoenix, and Atlanta Ask for Bailout Funds to Cover Budget Gaps (Reuters)
    • Chris Dodd: Carmaker Bailout Unlikely to Clear Lame Duck Senate (NYT)
    • Subway Delays Up Big (NY1)
    • Ridership Still Rising as Bridge and Tunnel Traffic Declines (Post, News)
    • Paterson Would Approve East River Bridge Tolls (Post)
    • High-Tech Center Opens to Monitor NYC Traffic Flow and Keep Cars Moving (City Room)
    • City Council Approves Willets Point Redevelopment (City Room, News, Post)
    • Richard Ravitch, The Once and Future Savior of New York? (City Room)

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