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9:15 AM EDT on June 27, 2007

    • MTA President Says Trains Can Handle Pricing Traffic (AMNY)
    • RELATED: Pricing Revenues 'Critical' to MTA Budget (Metro)
    • RELATED: Council Members Skeptical (BH Courier via Gowanus Lounge)
    • More Sadik-Khan Q&A (City Room)
    • Motorist Faces Jail for Using Expired Placard (Brooklyn Eagle)
    • Man Could Serve Six Years for Fixing Parking Tickets (WNBC via Gothamist)
    • Two Pedestrians Killed in Two Crashes, No Charges Filed (Post, Daily News, NY1
    • Elder Benepe Says Son Should Close Central Park to Cars (Daily Intel)
    • Cab Drivers Opposed to New Equipment Requirements (Gotham Gazette)
    • Legislators Vote to Cut NJ Emissions by 80 Percent (
    • Land Rover Embarks on Disaster Ad Campaign (Stay Free! Daily)
    • Tired of Traffic? DOT Says 'Honk' [Video] (Onion)

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