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8:35 AM EDT on July 24, 2007

    • Legislature Will Return Thursday to Consider "Traffic Mitigation" (City Room)
    • Lawmakers Expected to Approve Creation of Congestion Pricing Panel (NY1)
    • Congestion Pricing Plan Now a Test for Council Speaker Quinn (Sun
    • Hamptons Mulls Congestion Pricing Too (Sun)
    • After Rejecting Bikes Lanes, CB8 Looks Forward to Sidewalk Cycling Ban (Sun)
    • 45,000 Rides/Day and Counting for First Week of Parisian Bike Sharing (LAT)
    • Three Naked Cyclists Arrested in Belgrade (News)
    • Privatization of Parking Feeds Minneapolis City Coffers (Planetizen)
    • Straphangers: 1 Train is Number One Among Commuters (NYT)
    • Mom of Hit-and-Run 9-yo Girl Begs Driver to Confess (News)
    • If 20th Cent. Was About Buildings, 21st Cent Will Be About Spaces Between (Star)

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