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9:12 AM EDT on June 1, 2007

    • Spitzer Working 'Very Hard' on Congestion Pricing (Empire Zone)
    • RELATED: Garages Fear Party May be Over (Sun)
    • Parking Tickets Caused by Illegal Parking (Brooklyn Paper)
    • JFK Offers Free Parking to Those Waiting for Passengers (NYT)
    • New Yorkers Spend Less on Transportation (Gothamist)
    • When Is Gas 'Too Expensive'? (Washington Post via Carfree USA)
    • Bush Accused of Stalling on Climate Change (NYT, Daily News)
    • Three Million New Yorkers Could Face Hurricane Evacuation (AMNY)
    • Governors Island Opened to Bikes (AMNY)
    • Van Hits Three Village Pedestrians and Cyclist (Post)
    • No Speed Limit for Corzine Motorcade (NYT)
    • Construction Interferes with Traffic Signage (Gowanus Lounge)
    • Over-Height Rig Plows Through Lincoln Tunnel (NYT)

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