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7:05 AM EDT on July 18, 2007

    • Fingers Point as Traffic Plan Runs Aground (NYT)
    • Congestion Pricing Still Alive, Barely (News)
    • Resigned Mayor Turns His Eye to New Issues (Sun
    • Mayor Blames Albany Inaction for Traffic Plan Gridlock (NY1)
    • 30+ Years of Trying, Still the Politics of Pricing is Impossible (Streetsblog)
    • Sewell Chan has Yesterday's Blow-by-Blow (City Room
    • Senate Minority Leader Malcolm Smith Defends Intransigence (Daily Politics
    • Supposed Defender of Mom & Pop Business Gloats Over Plan's Demise (Lipsky
    • Brodsky Trashing Congestion Pricing on Brian Lehrer... Again (WNYC
    • Revolving Door: Consultants Work for Developer and the ESDC (AY Report
    • Study Recommends Overhaul for Empire State Development Corp (Sun)
    • Road Raging Driver Murders Young Cyclist (
    • Six Years Later: Dick Cheney's Energy Taskforce Revealed (Wash Post)

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