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DOT Seeks Assistant Commissioner for Congestion Pricing

12:23 PM EDT on August 24, 2007

Here's a job listing you're not going to find on Craigslist Westchester or in the Queens Tribune: The New York City Department of Transportation's new Office of Planning and Sustainability is (or was) looking for an Assistant Commissioner for Congestion Pricing. 

Salary: $130,000 to $150,000. No word on whether you get a government-issued parking placard but I'm guessing not.

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