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9:11 AM EST on November 25, 2008

    • Council Members to MTA: Squeeze Money from Real Estate Assets (NY1)
    • MTA Exec Directs Public Ire Toward Albany and City Hall (News)
    • MTR: Thompson's Car-Registration-Fees-for-Transit Proposal a Sensible Idea
    • MTA Plans to Close Some Bridge and Tunnel Toll Lanes (Post)
    • Boris Johnson Wants Bike-Share for London, Cuts Bike Route Funds (Guardian)
    • More Details on CB4's Eighth Ave Cycle Track Vote (Chelsea Now)
    • Don't Blame Infrastructure Projects for Slumping Sidewalk Retail (Curbed)
    • NY Area Big Three Dealerships Are on the Brink (Post)
    • Baghdad Commuter Rail Is Rolling, Slowly (LAT via Planetizen)
    • What's the Right Price for a Subway Ride? (NYT)

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