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9:16 AM EST on November 6, 2009

    • Bloomberg: NYC Won't Give More to MTA Budget; Free Crosstown Buses? Not Right Now (NYT, News)
    • M42 and B44 Take Home 2009 Pokey and Schleppie Awards for Worst Bus Service (Post, City Room)
    • No Charges for Parks Dept Driver Who Ran Over Woman in 8th Ave Bike Lane (Post, News, NY1)
    • It's Official: Tom Prendergast to Replace Howard Roberts as NYCT Chief (City Room, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • More Transit Stimulus, Please: Recession Deals Setback to Denver's Ambitious FasTrax Plans (NYT)
    • New City Council Bill Would Make NYPD Traffic Safety Data More Open and Transparent (Our Town)
    • DOT Explains How to Get Bike Access to Your Building (MTR)
    • Officer Andrew Kelly Pleads Not Guilty for DWI Killing of Vionique Valnord (News, Post, City Room)
    • Total Pricetag for Kosciuszko Bridge Replacement: $1 Billion (Brooklyn Paper)
    • MTA Watchdog: Straphangers Can't Keep Track of Sweeping Weekend Service Disruptions (Post)

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