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The Times Wants Your Traffic Ideas

4:03 PM EDT on October 22, 2007

From the New York Times:

Traffic on the Brain? 

Everyone, it seems, has an opinion on the best way to ease Manhattan’s perpetual traffic crunch.

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg proposes congestion pricing. A group opposed to that plan suggests raising parking meter rates instead. Some bicyclists would ban cars. Some drivers would ban bicycles. There’s probably someone out there who would ban pedestrians.

What are your ideas for treating congestion? E-mail them to thecity@nytimes.com, and we’ll publish some of the best and most interesting, with expert comment.

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