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9:02 AM EDT on September 25, 2007

    • 55 Years After William Vickrey, MTA Interested in Off-Peak Discounts (NYT, Sun)
    • Transit Fare Hikes Are a Regressive Tax (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • "Traffic Mitigation Commission" Meets Today for the First Time (CityRoom)
    • UK Towns Plan a £350 a Year Tax on Workplace Parking Spots (London Times)
    • Researchers Test Pay-As-You-Drive System to Replace Gas Taxes (Planetizen
    • Auto Blog UnHappy at "Eco-Nerds" on Lawn Chairs in Parking Spaces (Jalopnik)
    • DOT Says Initial Round of Safe Routes to School Improvements 97% Done (DOT)
    • Gas Prices High, NYS Thruway Revenues Are Down (Times Union)
    • TfL's "Think" Ad Campaign is a Wee Bit More Brutal Than DOT's "Look."
    • And Here is Transport for London's Bike Advocacy Advert (Rebuilding Place)

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