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8:30 AM EDT on September 5, 2007

    • Some Taxi Drivers on Strike, 'Crisis' Plan in Effect (NYT, Post, AMNY, Sun)
    • The Economics of Cab Driving (City Room)
    • Subway Delays Cloud Tuesday Commute (Sun)
    • Queens Now Eligible for Federal Disaster Aid (City Room)
    • It's Okay to Kill a Pedestrian Over Coffee, but Not OxyContin (Post)
    • Garbage Truck Falls Through Street in Chelsea (Gothamist)
    • How Gotbaum Is Using Her Office to Raise Her Visibility (Daily Politics)
    • Hawaii 'Superferry' Idle as Protests Continue (NYT)
    • US Car Culture Clashes with Climate Change (NPR)
    • Sidewalks, Alive and Dead (Starts and Fits)

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