Today’s Headlines

  • Gov. Signs Bil to Put Congestion Pricing Plan on Track (NYT, News, Sun, NY1)
  • Bicycle Shame (Grist)
  • Lee Sander Takes to the Subway to Promote Fare Increase (NYT)
  • Sander Explains (WNYC)
  • Straphangers Tell Boss to Take a Hike (News)
  • Others Say Public Transit Should be Free (AlterNet)
  • Exxon Mobil Quarterly Profits Top $10 Billion (NYT)
  • UK Seeks to Build Five Carbon-Neutral Towns (Times)
  • Auto Dealers Assoc.: Bad Neighbors in Queens From Day One (News)
  • Ugly News Boxes: Search and Destroy (Gothamist)
  • psycholist

    RE: ExxonMobil – apparently $10.26 billion in profits isn’t enough, the first line of the NYT article below.

    Exxon Mobil, the world’s largest publicly traded oil company, reported an unexpected slip in quarterly profit yesterday as big refining gains failed to offset drops in production.