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9:01 AM EST on November 8, 2012

    • Cuomo Fires State Emergency Management Chief for Directing Crews to Clear His Driveway (NYT)
    • JSK Called for HOV-3; Lhota: Bus Bridge Worked Much Better on Friday Than Thursday (Observer)
    • Subway, LIRR, NJ Transit and Amtrak Tunnels Continue to Slowly Dry Out (TransNatWSJ)
    • MTA Holds First Fare Hike Hearing; Attendance Low After Sandy (NY1, News, Post)
    • 11 Firefighters Injured After Blowing Through Stop Signs, Crashing Into Canarsie Home (Post)
    • Democrats Poised to Take Control of State Senate, If They Shore Up Their Coalition (NYT)
    • This May Be Vito Lopez's Last Assembly Term, But Some Speculate of Council Run (Post)
    • They're Baaa-aack: PPW Bike Lane Lawsuit, Dismissed Last Year, Now in Appeals Court (Bklyn Spoke)
    • London Bike-Share Annual Fee to Double, Surpassing NYC's Planned CitiBike Cost (BBC)
    • Using Bikes to Get Relief Supplies to the Battered Rockaways (Atlantic Cities)
    • Bike Rental Company Gives Away Wheels to Sandy Victims (Crain's)

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