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8:20 AM EDT on June 11, 2007

    • Top Queens Dem Comes Out for Congestion Pricing (Post, NYT, Daily News)
    • RELATED: Pricing Would Benefit Middle Class (DMI Blog via onNYTurf)
    • RELATED: Random Sampling Finds Random Opinions on Pricing (NYT)
    • RELATED: Poll Shows Pricing Opposition (Crain's)
    • RELATED: Spitzer Still Against SMART Authority (Observer)
    • RELATED: Pricing Would Finance Four New Rail Stations (Newsday, Sun)
    • Commuting by City Vehicles Continues to Rise (Post)
    • Porous Sidewalks Among PlaNYC Possibilities (Post)
    • Playgrounds Soon Open as Parks (Sun)
    • East River Park Plans Unveiled (AMNY, Metro, Sun)
    • New Congress Worse on Climate Change (NYT)
    • Pedestrian Killed in Park Ave Hit-and-Run (Post, Daily News, NYT)
    • Lawmaker Wants Breathalyzer for All Cars (Post)
    • Expansion Considered for Once-Ridiculed Transit System (NYT)
    • Nude Cyclists Draw Attention (CNN)

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