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10:04 AM EST on November 17, 2008

    • Can Detroit Switch From Carmaking to 'Transportmaking'? (NYT)
    • Stanley Crouch: Obama Should Rebuild Rail System (News)
    • MTA May Cut the Number of Subway Station Agents (News, NY1)
    • Bloomberg Undeterred After Court Deals Setback to Hybrid Cab Initiative (NY1, News)
    • Silver Flirts With Commuter Tax Again (Post)
    • Exurbs Require Twice as Much Subsidy as Walkable, Transit-Oriented Development (Worldchanging)
    • Teens Use Car as Weapon, Critically Injure 19-Year-Old in Bayside (News)
    • Drunk Driver Crashes Into Livery Cab in Astoria, Killing Two (NYT, Post, News)
    • Post Shames Public Figures for Abusing Parking Placard and License Plate Privileges
    • NPR Profiles Worksman Cycles of Queens, America's Oldest Bike-Maker

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