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9:05 AM EST on December 2, 2008

    • Bloomberg Signs Bill Extending Time Drivers Can Park at Broken Meters (City Room)
    • Reporters Record Rampant Traffic Crime, Catch Scofflaw Drivers in the Act (S.I. Advance)
    • Pricing Foes Markowitz and de Blasio Lead Rally Protesting MTA Cuts and Fare Hikes (Bklyn Eagle)
    • MTA to Purchase Hundreds of New Subway Cars Despite Budget Troubles (Post)
    • Village Bus Riders Decry Plans to Eliminate M8 Route (Villager)
    • NYCT Rolls Out Vintage Buses and Trains for the Holidays (Post, NY1)
    • More on the Mammoth, Time-Wasting Enviro Review of SF's Bike Plan (Bay Guardian)
    • Thousands of Big Three Dealerships May Fold With or Without a Detroit Bailout (NYT)
    • Streetsblog Readers Want to Know: Were Horses Deadlier Than Cars? (Paper Cuts, Caleb Crain)
    • Buffy the Bike Rider (TreeHugger)

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