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9:00 AM EDT on October 28, 2009

    • Parking Tickets, Subways, and Stadium Subsidies Debated in Final Mayoral Face-off (City Room)
    • The Jay Walder Media Tour Continues With 20 Minutes on Brian Lehrer
    • Lizi Rahman: Why Is It So Hard to Put a Bike Lane on Queens Boulevard? (News)
    • Second Child Passenger Dies After Queens Van Crash; Driver Suspected of Drug Use (News, NY1)
    • Six National Bills to Tell Your Congressperson to Support (MTR)
    • Gotham Gazette Surveys the Transportation Landscape Under Bloomberg
    • 2nd Ave Sagas Fact-Checks Bloomberg's 7-Line Extension Boasts
    • Long Waits, Bus Bunching, and Other Horror Stories From B61 Riders (Gothamist)
    • Suspension of Alt-Side Parking an Ecstatic Experience for Riverdale Car Owners (News)
    • Princetonites Ride Their New Bike-Share Bikes Home, Direct From Queens Factory (City Room)
    • Even Snug in Bed, You're Not Safe From Out-of-Control Motorists (CNN)

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