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8:45 AM EDT on October 11, 2007

    • Dinowitz to Host Congestion Pricing Forum Tonight (West Bronx Blog)
    • European Air Pollution More Dangerous Than Car Crashes (Reuters)
    • Bike Parking, Trees to Be Required in Parking Lots (Queens Gazette)
    • Lopate: Could Paris Bike-Sharing Work Here? (WNYC)
    • Ninth Ave Cycle Track Not the Same as Failed 1980 Broadway Lanes (TSTC)
    • Bike Delivery Law a 'Safe Issue' for Lappin (Sun)
    • Monserrate Bill Would Regulate Stadium Parking Fees (Sun)
    • Quinn Ponders Term Limits a.k.a. Loss of Parking Privileges (Daily Politics, Post)
    • Avella Says Real Estate Industry Rules Council (Politicker)
    • Suffolk County Exec Holds Up Transpo Funds (TSTC)
    • Public, Press More Fed Up With Albany Than Usual (ReformNY)
    • Woman Killed by Motorcycle in Harlem (Post)
    • Man in Wheelchair Hit by Two Cars; No Charges Filed (AMNY)

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