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    • Rise in World Oil Use, Shortages Projected in Next 5 Years (NYT)
    • State Approval of Bloomberg's Plan for Traffic Seems Unlikely (NYT)
    • Bloomberg: "Window of Opportunity" for Pricing Closes in One Week (Sun, Metro)
    • Sheldon Silver Declines Invitation to Meet US DOT Offcials in D.C. (News)
    • Congestion Pricing Opponents Are "Pandering to the Privileged" (T.A.)
    • Sen. Schumer Concerns Himself With Hamptons Helicopter Gridlock (NYT)
    • Tom Fox, Founder of NY Water Taxi: A One Man Traffic Relief Plan (Sun)
    • As Reported, DOT Aims to Hire Danish Urban Designer Jan Gehl (News
    • Urban "Cycle Tracks" Invite Women, Kids, Elderly to Ride Bikes (Seattle Times)
    • Missed Connections: You Were on a Horse at the Traffic Circle... (G Lounge)

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