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8:46 AM EST on November 20, 2007

    • More Q Poll Coverage (Post, News, Sun)
    • Small Pro-Pricing Crowd Gathers for East Side Forum (AMNY
    • Lower Manhattanites Rail Against Placard Abuse (Villager
    • 'Road Rage' Suspected in UES Pedestrian Death (AMNY, Post)
    • Community Wants to Restore Abandoned Bronx Rail Station (Metro)
    • Silver Promises MTA Aid (News
    • Second Ave. Funding Contingent on Schedule and Budget (Post)
    • Transit Beats Driving, Even When It 'Sucks' (Grist
    • Utah City Ponders Rail, But Will Probably Get an 8-Lane Freeway (Salt Lake Trib
    • Latest Climate Change Report Should Be a Call to Action (NYT)
    • Big Drop Predicted for US Auto Sales (WaPo)
    • Electric Bikes Taking Over Chinese Streets (LiveScience/Yahoo

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