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8:08 AM EDT on October 31, 2007

    • M23, M1 Buses Singled Out as Pokie & Schleppie (Post, Sun, News)
    • Bronx Officials Speak Up in Favor of Congestion Pricing (News)
    • Build Roads, Tunnels, Bridges Before "Socking It to Middle Class" (News)
    • State and City Brace for Economic Downturn (NYT, Sun, News)
    • Pt. Authority Discusses Increasing Hudson River Tolls (News)
    • NY State DOT Chief Calls for $100 Billion for Roads & Transit (CapCon)
    • After Petition Drive, City Will Consider Bay Ridge Ferry (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Groundfloor Retail Planned for Dour Municipal Building (Brooklyn Paper)
    • OPEC: Pumping More Oil Won't Bring Down Prices (Oil Drum)
    • Feds to LA: Try Congestion Pricing on Freeways (Planetizen)

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