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10:10 AM EST on November 18, 2008

    • Big Service Cuts on the Table at Thursday's MTA Board Meeting (News)
    • Exxon Chief: Hydrocarbons Are Here to Stay (NYT)
    • Public Isn't Rallying Behind GM, UAW (NYT)
    • Memo to GM: Redeem Yourself, Help Restore Transit Systems (Common Dreams)
    • Senate Will Lose Major Pro-Transit Voice If Hillary Clinton Is Named Secretary of State (News)
    • Bloomberg Admin Eager to Discuss Commuter Tax With Albany (NY1)
    • Rider Grades for 7 and L Lines Hold Steady (NYT, NY1)
    • Brooklyn Electeds in a Huff Over Two-Way Hanson Place (Bklyn Paper)
    • Blaming the Victim: Rise in SF Traffic Deaths Seen as Liability for Ped/Bike Activists (SF Chron)
    • Planet-Spanning Smog Clouds Dim the Sun Across Asia (TreeHugger)

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