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9:00 AM EST on November 8, 2010

    • Cuomo Writes LaHood to Ask for Midwest's HSR Funds (NewsCapital Tonight)
    • The News Finds Smoking-Gun Memos Showing Brooklyn Precinct's Traffic Enforcement Quotas
    • Police Car, With Sirens On, Hits Swedish Tourist in West Village (News)
    • Murray Hill Opponents Organize Against 34th Street Transitway Plans (DNAinfo)
    • Bloomberg Ends No-Tow Perk For Elected Officials (News)
    • Nassau County Receives Three Bids to Privately Run LI Bus, But Can It Work Without Subsidies? (MTR)
    • FedEx Driver Successfully Pleads for Lenience From Traffic Agents (City Room)
    • Nadler Talks Transportation Bill, Gas Tax, ARC Tunnel With Andrea Bernstein (WNYC)
    • NYSDOT Closes Thruway Rest Stops to Save Money (Ithaca Journal)
    • Brooklyn Paper Letter-Writers Nail It On PPW Bike Lane
    • NYPD Bike Crackdown Extends to Unicycles, Apparently (Gothamist)

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