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9:33 AM EDT on August 20, 2007

    • Transcript: Brodsky and Wylde on Congestion Pricing (WNBC)
    • Spitzer Sends Pro-Pricing Message (Daily Politics)
    • As Infrastructure Falters, Mayor Should 'Forget About' Pricing (Queens Courier)
    • City Moving, Slowly, to Get More NYers on Bikes (Gotham Gazette)
    • New Racks Popping Up in Park Slope (Brooklyn Paper)
    • More on Painted Bus and Bike Lanes (City Room, NYT)
    • Transit Toy Exhibit at Brooklyn Museum (Daily Eagle)
    • A City Made for Walking (NYT)
    • Cab Driver Chased Down After Hitting Pedestrian (Gothamist)
    • Sidewalk Trash Cans Overflowing (Post)
    • E-ZPass Info Used as Evidence in Divorce Cases (bioethics.net)
    • Florida County Refuses Highway Earmark (NYT)

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