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8:57 AM EST on November 5, 2007

    • New Yorkers Offer Their Own Traffic Reduction Plans (NYT)
    • Lipsky Spins: Impossible to Evaluate Mayor's Traffic Plan Vs. Fidler's (Mom&Pop)
    • For Lew: Don't Plan on Driving a Hydrogen Car Any Time Soon (New Yorker)
    • Paying an $8 Congestion Charge Is the Least This Little Sociopath Can Do (NYT)
    • State Legislators to Float $660 Million Transit Bill (Sun)
    • Proposed MTA Hike Follows Electoral Pattern; Also: MTA "Not Deaf" (NYT, News)
    • Praise for Sander and Sadik-Khan (AMNY)
    • More on the City's Hudson Yards Parking Bonanza (News)
    • In Portland, Cultivating a Culture of Two Wheels (NYT)
    • Seattle Commuter is Shot in the Chest While Biking Home (Peter McKay)
    • Congestion Pricing is Facing an Uphill Battle in San Francisco... (SF Examiner)
    • ...Road Pricing Is Best When Revenues Go Towards More Roads (SF Chronicle
    • Study Links Daylight Savings Shift to Pedestrian Fatality Increase (AP)
    • "Cinematic Splendor" of Brooklyn-Queens Expressway: The Symphony (NYT)

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