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8:40 AM EDT on September 7, 2007

    • Quinn Holds Council Congestion Pricing Briefing (Daily Politics)
    • Pricing Is Latest Bloomberg 'Policy Transfer' (Policy Innovations)
    • Cabbies Accused of Gouging, Strike Impact Disputed (Post, AMNY, Daily News)
    • Infant, 10-Year-Old Hit by Livery Cab; No Charges Filed (WCBS)
    • Mixed-Use Development Replacing Parking Decks (Sun)
    • 'Green' Condo Complex Features Parking, Prius Rentals (Uptown Flavor via)
    • Judges Still Parking in Brooklyn Park (Daily News)
    • More Bike Parking in Williamsburg (Curbed)
    • Markowitz Allots $475K to Keep 'Fake' Trolley Going (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Shocker: Central Park Carriage Horses Mistreated (Gothamist)
    • Repeat Cyclist Killer Charged With Murder (WKRG)
    • California Heat Kills Over 20 (NYT)
    • Towns Rally Against New Flight Path Plans (NYT)
    • The Farm Bill: Apple vs. Snack Cake (YouTube)

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