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8:59 AM EST on November 4, 2014

    • Find Your NYC Polling Place and Ballot Info -- Go Vote!
    • Nassau Democrats Were for Speed Cams Before They Were Against Them (WCBS, News 12)
    • Heavily-Redacted TZB Documents Raise More Questions About Bridge Finance Plan (LoHud)
    • Sarah Goodyear: Let's Reject the Idea That Speeding Is Just Good Old New York Nostalgia (CityLab)
    • WNYC Looks at MTA Capital Plan, Says Straphangers Should Get Ready for More Fare Hikes
    • More Coverage of Yesterday's City Council Transportation Hearing From WCBS, CapNY
    • Council Considers Bill to Limit Trash Hauling Traffic in Neighborhoods (QChron)
    • Elderly Couple Dies After Crashing Car in College Point Parking Lot (PostWNBCWPIXWCBS)
    • Fines for Texting While Driving in New York State Just Increased (WPIX)
    • Not In My Parking Space! Brooklyn Brief Takes a Windshield Perspective on Car2Go

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