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8:44 AM EDT on September 11, 2007

    • Pricing Cited as Gennaro, Weprin Oppose Queens Rezoning (AMNY, G.Gazette)
    • Former Council Members, and Lew Fidler, Against Term Limits (Sun)
    • Cyclists Say Painted Lane Ends Too Soon; DOT Plans No Changes (Daily News)
    • City Should Encourage Acceptance of Cycling (NYT)
    • A Bike-Commuting Planner's View of Miami (Planetizen via Transit Miami)
    • More A Train Birthday Coverage (NYT, Daily News)
    • Glass Doors No Solution to Subway Station Heat (Second Ave Sagas)
    • Economist Touts Air Conditioning as Answer to Climate Change (NYT
    • Reducing America's Offspring Emissions (Slate)
    • Painted Bus Lane? Where? (Uncivil Servants)

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