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9:00 AM EST on December 1, 2008

    • NYC Has Stepped Up Parking Enforcement Under Bloomberg (NYT)
    • John Liu Reacts: 'City Regards the Driving Public as a Cash Cow' (Daily Politics)
    • Ravitch Commission Expected to Recommend Payroll Tax (News)
    • City and State Officials Play Hot Potato With MTA Rescue Plan (NYT)
    • Russianoff: Spread the Pain Around (News)
    • Newsday Gets Behind Higher Car Registration Fees
    • Bike Poolers Brave Queens Boulevard (NYT)
    • High-Speed Rail Corridors Could Boost Local Transit Systems (Grist)
    • Post Hypes Fuel Cell Cars
    • An Appreciation of NYC Street Corners (NYT)

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