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8:53 AM EST on November 4, 2009

    • Bloomberg Ekes Out Mayoral Election After Vastly Outspending Thompson (NYT, News, Post, NY1)
    • Vann, Reyna Retain Council Seats; GOP Candidates Take Districts Vacated By Liu, Avella (NY1)
    • Does Gas-Tax Foe and NJ Gov-Elect Chris Christie Even Have a Transpo Platform? (MTR)
    • Without Bigger City Subsidies, East River Ferry Operators May Halt Service Again (NYT)
    • Corrections Officer With Suspended License Kills Brooklyn Woman With His SUV (News, Post)
    • Road Rage Escalates to Fatal Shooting in Williamsburg (News)
    • Feds Hand Forest City $55M Which Could Snake Its Way Into Atlantic Yards (News)
    • Council Member Gale Brewer Wants a Bike-Share Pilot for the UWS (West Side Indy)
    • Is City Cycling Coverage Coming Full Circle? (City Room)
    • State DOT Promises to Build Wider Ramp to Drive Onto Brooklyn Bridge From FDR (Bklyn Paper)
    • Tom Vanderbilt: Jaywalking Bans Won't Make Pedestrians Safer (Slate)

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