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8:49 AM EST on December 18, 2007

    • City Says Bridge Tolls Would Rival Pricing Results (News
    • Bloomberg OK With Pricing Changes, So Long as Means Meet Ends (Post)
    • On "The Call," Even Transit Users Think Charging Drivers Is Unfair (NY1)
    • Will Pricing Ever Come to the Tappan Zee? (Times H-R
    • Opponents of Fare Increases, Pricing and Tolls Need to 'Get Real' (Post
    • MTA Links Imminent Hike With New Service -- Which Bloomberg Delays
    • If You Don't Catch a Nostalgia Ride, You Can Still Hear Them (City Room)
    • Mayor Relates Pothole Repairs With Life Expectancy (Sun
    • City Plays Games With Yankee Stadium Replacement 'Parkland' (News)
    • It's a Real Winter, At Least for This Week (NYT)
    • Merry Christmas. Now Get Out of My Parking Spot. (News)

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