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8:55 AM EST on November 16, 2010

    • LaHood to Gillibrand: New York "Well-Positioned" to Receive Some ARC Funding (WSJ)
    • Can NYC Fix the BQE Ditch -- And Figure Out How to Pay For It? (Bklyn Paper)
    • Cuomo's Hard Line on Spending Applies to Fixing Decrepit Bridges Too (Transpo Nation)
    • Yassky and Bloomberg Unveil Three "Taxi of Tomorrow" Finalists (NYT, News)
    • 4 Years Max Sentence for Unlicensed Driver Who Killed Pregnant Traffic Agent (Post)
    • NYPD Officer Driving on Northern State Killed By Drunk Wrong-Way Motorist (News)
    • Irene Lo Re Would Welcome Pop-Up Cafes on Brooklyn's Fifth Ave (Bklyn Paper)
    • The F Train Is Flunking No More (City Room)
    • CT Driver Kills Boy on Bike, Sues His Parents for "Contributory Negligence" (Grist)
    • News Pays Tribute to Ted Kheel

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