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8:35 AM EST on January 24, 2008

    • New York Times: City Needs Congestion Pricing, Especially Below 60th Street
    • The Best Way to Get Trucks Out of Bike Lanes? Parking Reform (Alpie)
    • Water Taxi Suspends South Brooklyn Service (Post, Curbed)
    • Ted Kheel Talks to Metro About Free Subways
    • Five Intersections in Hipster Williamsburg Get New Stoplights (Metro)
    • Subway Surveillance is Over Budget, Behind Schedule (Post, News, AP)
    • TLC Secret Agents to Keep Cabbies in Line (Post, News, City Room)
    • Cop Who Mowed Down Fellow Officer Gets Reduced Sentence (Post, News, AM)
    • Related's Pier 40 Proposal Will Add Traffic, Harm Bikeway (Villager)
    • Proposed 125th Street Rezoning Inflames Passions (Curbed)
    • US Ranked Last Among G8 Nations in Environmental Performance (NYT)
    • BRT Better for Kansas City Than Light Rail, Say Libertarians (KC Star)

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