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8:34 AM EDT on October 15, 2007

    • MTA Hikes Would Hit Transit Users Harder Than Drivers (Post)
    • Weprin Sees Higher Construction Fees as Pricing Alternative (Post)
    • More on Dinowitz Bronx Pricing Forum (News)
    • San Francisco to Test Market Rate Parking (Chronicle)
    • Australian Business Group Hails Pricing; Government Resists (
    • Widening Roads Doesn't Reduce Emissions (Gristmill)
    • Buildings Are City's Leading Polluters (Gotham Gazette)
    • NJ Transit Launches Rider Etiquette Campaign (WCBS)
    • Cop Car Collision Injures 11 in Brooklyn (News)
    • 'Slow City' Movement Spreads Across Europe (Spiegel)
    • Bloomberg Called a 'Hero' for Promoting Cycling (Pocono Record)

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