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9:02 AM EST on November 9, 2010

    • If the State Senate Is Deadlocked 31-31, Could Cuomo Decide Which Party Gets Control? (WSJ)
    • Columbus Ave Merchants on New Bike Lane: Loss of Parking Causing Delivery Delays (DNAInfo)
    • Wal-Mart Is Back Plotting Its Invasion of NYC (Crain's)
    • Bloomberg Calls Traffic Summons Quotas an Aberration, Says Kelly Will Look Into It (News)
    • Marketplace Takes a Look at Congestion Pricing for Highways
    • Bloomberg Talks Up Congestion Pricing, BRT in Climate Address to Big-Time Mayors (Transpo Nation)
    • Should the MTA Board Be Elected? Cap'n Transit: No Way
    • Truck Traffic Fix on Columbia Street: Residents Get Beer Distributor to Use BQE Instead (Bklyn Paper)
    • SUV Flips Onto Sidewalk in Woodhaven Crash (Post)
    • Reverse Road Diet in Jersey City: Sidewalks Narrowed to Make Way for Cars (Jersey Journal via @TSTC)
    • Philly's Reconstructed South Street Bridge Re-Opened as a More Complete Street (Inquirer)

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