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8:59 AM EST on November 7, 2012

    • Obama Gets Four More Years to Re-write American Transpo Policy (NYT)
    • Dems Seem to Have Recaptured NY State Senate -- This Time Without 3 of These Bozos (News, C&S)
    • Disgraced Former Dem Boss Vito Lopez Still Trounces GOP Opponent in North Brooklyn (News)
    • Check Out How Many Albany Races Went Uncontested on Election Day (News)
    • Crain's: Congestion Pricing Should Be Part of the Recovery From Sandy
    • Still No L or G Service -- or Even Shuttle Buses (NYT)
    • NYC Transit Troubles Pale Beside What's Happening With NJ Transit (TransNat, Cap'n Transit)
    • DOT to Shift Broadway Bike Lane and Drop the Physical Protection (Gothamist, Post)
    • How Bike Infrastructure Helped New Yorkers Get Back to Work After Sandy (MTR)
    • "Chuck, You Have to Fix This Outrageous Gas Line I'm Waiting In!" -- Iris (Patch)

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