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9:05 AM EDT on November 5, 2010

    • Budget Shortfall Could Mean Another Albany Raid of MTA Revenue (AP)
    • Marcia Kramer: Safe Streets for Seniors Creating "Cement Chaos" (CBS 2)
    • Post-Campaign, Will Cuomo Pull Together a Transit Plan? (Capital NY)
    • Taxi Drivers Ask TLC for 19 Percent Fare Hike (NewsPost)
    • Without Better NE Corridor Rail, Delays Plague NYC Airports (NYT)
    • After Child Killed By Bus, Manhattan Beach Removes Planters From Oriental Blvd (News)
    • Ydanis Rodriguez and 15 Co-Sponsors Want To Tweak Alternate Side Parking (Transpo Nation)
    • Budget Cuts Mean No Security Boost at MTA Bridges and Tunnels After Yemen Bombs Found (News)
    • NYC Marathon Frustrates Harlem Parkers and Prayers (NYT)
    • Vandals Smash Windows of Park Slope SUVs and Mini-Vans, Bklyn Paper Commenters Suspect Cyclists

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