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9:14 AM EDT on June 22, 2007

    • Pricing Fails as Legislators Point Fingers (NYT, Post, Daily News)
    • RELATED: Pricing a Victim of 'Raw' Dealing (Daily News)
    • Sadik-Khan Rides the Third Rail (NYT)
    • RELATED: Commissioner Takes Questions (City Room)
    • Not Enough Time to Cross at Intersection, DOT Told (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Port Authority Moves Toward Cash-Free Tolls (AMNY)
    • NYPD Confiscates Ghost Bike (onNYTurf)
    • Driver Chased by Police Hits Pedestrian and Cyclist (Post)
    • Manhattan Rental Cars in Short Supply (Sun)
    • Popular Streetlamps Endangered by Drivers, Funding Dispute (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Senate Passes Bill Raising Mileage Standards (NYT)
    • EPA Says Stricter Smog Limits Needed, But May Not Impose Them (AMNY)
    • Man Ticketed in Neighbor's No Parking Zone (Brooklyn Paper)

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