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9:01 AM EST on November 16, 2009

    • City Council Wants Its Lax Parking Enforcement Law, Has the Votes to Override Bloomberg (AMNY)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Bronx Woman at Grand Concourse; CT Man Killed on Bx River Parkway (News)
    • Dutch Govt Approves Tax on Miles Driven (AP)
    • Meanwhile, Albany Can't Even Follow Through With a $25 License Plate Fee (AMNY, NYT)
    • Shelly Silver Obstructing Tougher Penalties for DWI? It's Happened Before (News)
    • Feds Want Oversight of Local Transit Safety (NYT, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Walkable Communities: The Key to Reducing Demand for Energy (TNR)
    • The Midtown Bus Glut -- Time for a Bigger PA Terminal? (News)
    • Bklyn Paper Accuses Safer Sidewalks of Impeding Fire Trucks
    • Shocker: Queens Police Squads Take Up More Space Than Expected for Personal Parking (Post)
    • In Debut Season, Yankee Stadium Metro-North Stop Handled 500K Fans (NY1)
    • Go Figure: Working Stiffs From New York Love Times Square Plazas (NYT)

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