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8:40 AM EST on February 4, 2008

    • Why Congestion Pricing Benefits Poor Communities (Metro)
    • The Post Tries to Have It Both Ways on Pricing
    • Entering London's Congestion Zone Now Costs $394 for Some Trucks (Bloomberg)
    • New Subway Security Measures to Include Rifles, Dogs (AM, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Fare Hike Leads Straphangers to Economize on MetroCard Use (AM)
    • Ferry Commuters Bemoan Water Taxi Service Cuts (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Wife Attacks Husband With Car (News, AP)
    • DKNY Marketing Campaign 'Borrows' Ghost Bike Imagery (Bike Blog)
    • Ticker-Tape on Broadway Tomorrow (Post)

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