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8:45 AM EDT on August 27, 2007

    • Pricing Could Push Congestion to Suburbs (NYT)
    • Congestion Panel Should Do Europe (NYT)
    • Scooter Owners Hope for Pricing Exemption (BBC)
    • Inside the Traffic Jam Reporting Industry (NYT)
    • Controller Says MTA Should Delay Fare Hike (Daily News)
    • Google Eyeing NYC Transit Guide (City Room, Crain's)
    • SUV Driver Slams Into Delivery Workers, Killing One (Gothamist)
    • Potential Remedy for Dangerous Driving: Ad-Wrapped Cars (NYT)
    • NYU Pays Residents for Move-In Day Parking (NY1)
    • 'Stray Voltage' Isn't Just for Sidewalks Anymore (Post)
    • Dissatisfied With Police, Bike Theft Victims Go Vigilante (WaPo)
    • Out of Control Pollution in China (NYT)
    • Golfers Protest Cart Requirements (Sun)

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