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10:38 AM EDT on July 23, 2007

    • In Traffic Plan for City, Hardest Part Lies Ahead (NYT)
    • Thursday Session to Vote on Pricing Could Hinge on Dems (News)
    • Nine Cities Competing for Federal Funds (Post)
    • For Bloomberg, a Small Victory Breeds Work (Sun)
    • MTA Considering Fare Hike (NY1)
    • NYC Bike Plan is Put on the Fast Track (Sun)
    • Metro-North Ribbon Cutting at New Yankee Stadium (NY1)
    • Man Arrested in Connection With Fatal Brooklyn Hit-and-Run (NY1)
    • U.S. Lags Behind Rest of the World in Road Safety (NYT)
    • Ft. Greene Man Shot and Killed in Traffic Dispute (Sun)
    • Road Rage Closes Highway in California (Huff Post)
    • Masked Enviros Destroy Hummer With Baseball Bats (Guardian)
    • Failures at Refineries Lead to Higher Gas Prices (NYT)
    • The Real Cost of Automobility (Grist)
    • Congestion Pricing Reporter's Roundtable (BCAT)
    • A Lotta Loot for Council Transpo Chair John Liu (News)

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