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8:11 AM EDT on March 24, 2008

    • With Paterson's Support Secure, Pricing Needs OK From Silver (NYT)
    • Pricing Critics Say They Are Fighting Uphill Battle (Sun)
    • Toll Hikes Cause Thousands of Fewer Cars to Enter Manhattan Each Day (Post)
    • Less Traffic Is Good for Kids' Brain Development (News)
    • Bloomberg Stumps for Pricing in Radio Address (AMNY, NY1)
    • CB2 Rejects Car-Free Prince Street; Plan Will Be Altered (NYT)
    • MTA Refuses to Take Cars From V Line and Add Them to G (TRE)
    • Bronx Ped Deaths Lead Cops to Target Driving on Broadway (R'dale Press)
    • American Gas Consumption Down in Beginning of 2008 (MTR)
    • Environmental Defense: Tech Fixes Alone Won't Solve Climate Change (Forbes)
    • UK Law Requiring Bikes to Be Sold With Bells Meets Resistance (Times Online)

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