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9:05 AM EST on December 10, 2007

    • Pricing Foe Richard Lipsky Apparently Thinks Parking Should be Free Too (Post)
    • Seattle Mayor Wants City Employees to Ride the Bus to Work (Planetizen)
    • Monthly MetroCard to Rise From $76 to $81. More Hikes Coming (NYT, News)
    • Charter Bus Kills 72-Year-Old Cyclist in Midtown (News)
    • Complete Streets Movement Gaining Momentum Nationwide (NUN)
    • Oil-Rich Nations Using More Energy, Cutting Exports... to Us (NYT)
    • Do Anti-Nuke Politics of the '70s Hold Up in the Global Warming Era? (NYT)
    • Pedicab Drivers Accuse City of Ticket Blitz (Post)
    • New York State's Part-Time Legislators Want a Raise (NYT)
    • Subway Pole Dancers Enrage MTA (News)
    • Protests Against New Taxi Tech is All About Taxes (Sun)
    • Access-a-Ride Drivers Go on Strike (NYT, Sun, News)

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