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8:38 AM EST on November 28, 2007

    • Oil Producers Are Buying the World (NYT
    • City Council Expected to Mandate Greenhouse Gas Cut (News
    • New Penn Station Rally to Be Held This Morning (Streetsblog, AMNY)
    • Spitzer Defends Fare Freeze; Sander Says MTA Needs Up to $10B (AMNY, Metro)
    • OnNYTurf Publisher Sues Long Island Railroad (onNYTurf)
    • Flood of Passengers Overwhelms NC Light Rail Line (Charlotte Observer)
    • Housing Slump Slows Sprawl in Thirsty Atlanta (AJC)
    • Decision Expected in Suit Over Washington Square Park Design (Metro)
    • South Bronx Says It's Time to 'Swap the Sheridan' (TSTC)
    • Streets Closed to Parades, But Not NASCAR (Post)
    • Dolly Williams Fined as Successor Is Named (News)
    • Could Singing Streets Bring Safer Streets? (Planetizen)

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