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9:03 AM EST on November 21, 2008

    • MTA Unveils Grim 2009 Budget; Electeds and Advocates React (NYT, News, Post, NY1)
    • News Pins Responsibility for MTA Woes on Albany's 'Gutless Wonders'
    • How Budget Cuts Will Affect Service (News)
    • Congress Tells Carmakers to Come Back With a Better Bailout Plan (NYT)
    • Auto Execs' PR Savvy Rivals That of MTA Board (CNN, Wheels)
    • New Traffic Safety Paradigm: Reduce VMT, Reduce Risk (Planetizen)
    • Landmarks Commission Approves 90-Car Underground Garage for Brooklyn Heights (Bklyn Paper)
    • Portland DOT Proposes City's First Cycle Track (BikePortland)
    • Elaborate Sticker Scheme Helps Albany Cops and Friends Evade Parking Fines (Times Union)
    • The 'Draft Anthony Weiner for Senate' Movement Begins (Cap'n Transit)

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