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8:51 AM EST on December 21, 2007

    • New York Traffic Getting a Lot of Attention From DC (Newsday
    • States Should Have Known They Were Being Suckered on Emissions (NYT)
    • Bush Likes Congestion Pricing; Bronx CB 8 Doesn't
    • Senator Jeff Klein: Free Parking Equals 'Decent Quality of Life' (R'dale Press)
    • Fare Increase Was a Done Deal, Dictated by Albany Inaction (NYT
    • With New Fuzzy Math Discount, MTA Will Keep the Change (NYT)
    • Brodsky, Weiner and Gotbaum Line Up to Push 7 Line Stop (NYT)
    • Sander Takes the Train; MTA Board Needs Free Ride Incentive
    • Protesters See Hypocrisy in Washington Square Park Tree Removal (Post, AMNY
    • 72 New Bike Racks for Fort Greene (Brooklyn Paper
    • NYPD Tests Quiet, 'Clean' Two-Wheeler, But It's Not a Bike (AMNY)
    • Vote for 2007's Greenest and Meanest (Grist) 

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