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8:38 AM EDT on September 19, 2007

    • City Announces Cyclist Safety Ad Campaign (City Room, Daily News, Metro)
    • Study Finds Congestion Is Getting Worse (NYT, Gotham Gazette)
    • MTA Asked to Delay Fare Hike Til Albany Acts on Congestion Pricing  (Daily News)
    • MTA Is Already Green (Second Ave Sagas)
    • Sidewalks an Obstacle Course for Wheelchair-Bound (AMNY)
    • Pedicab Association Sues City, Seeks Restraining Order (Crain's, NY1)
    • Taxi Drivers Warn of Second Strike (Daily News)
    • Cab Bursts Into Flames at Rockefeller Plaza (Post)
    • Runaway Bus Misses Pedestrian, Wrecks Parked Cars (City Room)
    • Port Authority Bus Terminal Passage Reopening (The Real Estate)
    • NJ Town Pins Tourism Hopes on Racetrack for the Rich (NYT)
    • Ford Reintroduces Model T (Onion)

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