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Staten Island PlaNYC Panel Tonight

11:13 AM EDT on August 21, 2007

cs.JPGJoin Transportation Alternatives and the Citizens Committee for NYC at Everything Goes Book Café in St. George on Staten Island for a screening of Contested Streets, a one-hour documentary about New York's traffic crisis and how congestion pricing can solve it.

They'll be following up with information about transit improvements coming to Staten Island as part of PlaNYC and congestion pricing. It will be a good chance for residents to ask questions of transportation experts on how this plan will affect their daily commutes.

Tonight, Tuesday August 21st.
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Everything Goes Book Café
208 Bay St. (bet. Victory Blvd. & Hannah St.)
St. George, Staten Island

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