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8:54 AM EST on November 3, 2009

    • Today's Election: It's All About Turnout (AMNY, NY1)
    • Transit, Bike Lanes on Voters' Minds in Port Richmond, SI (NYT)
    • Time for Feds to Step Up and Protect Transit Riders From Wall Street Deals Gone Sour (NYT)
    • Off-Duty NYPD Detective Had Sky High BAC When He Killed 67-Year-Old Drana Nikac (NY1)
    • Ray Kelly Looks to Accelerate Blood Sampling in Suspected DWIs (City Room, AP)
    • Cabs Collide in East Village, Injuring Six (Post)
    • SF Saddled With Bike Injunction for at Least 10 More Days (Streetsblog SF)
    • State DOT Commits to $400M Kosciuszko Bridge Replacement -- That's Just the First Phase (News)
    • GOP City Council Candidate Hopes to Ride "Free Parking" Platform to Victory (Gothamist)
    • Grand Central Has 10 New Ticket Machines to Handle Peak Loads (City Room)

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