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10:01 AM EST on November 19, 2008

    • MTA Fare Hike/Service Cut Rumors Abound as Board Meeting Approaches (NYT, News, Post, NY1)
    • State Comptroller: MTA Can Save Big by Trimming Administrative Staff (Post)
    • Delivery Truck Driver Kills Cyclist in Hunts Point Hit-and-Run (News)
    • Blow-by-Blow of Yesterday's Carmaker Hearings on Capitol Hill (NYT)
    • Lesson from Britain: Don't Throw Good Money After Bad Car Companies (NYT)
    • Lots More Advice on What to Do About Detroit (Free Press, HuffPo, NYT)
    • City Council Votes on 'Broken Parking Meter Rule' Today (NY1)
    • DOT, EDC Unveil Re-Design of Brooklyn's Albee Square, Part of Fulton Mall Makeover (Bklyn Paper)
    • Marc Shaw, of Congestion Mitigation Commission Fame, Is Going to Work for the Governor (TRE)
    • Mercedes Plans Huge New Showroom for 11th Ave and 53rd Street (City Room)

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