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8:57 AM EDT on April 7, 2008

    • Little Movement on Pricing Bill This Weekend (NYT, News, NY1, Post, AMNY, Sun)
    • How Pricing Bill Might Change (Crain's)
    • Some City Vehicles Would Pay Congestion Fee (Sun)
    • The Post Profiles Car Commuters Against Pricing; Calls Bill 'Unworkably Complex'
    • Pricing Foes Put on One Last Rally (NY1)
    • Nassau Assemblywoman Michelle Schimel is Pro-Pricing (Great Neck Record)
    • NYT City Section Catches Livable Streets Fever
    • Looking Ahead to New Hudson River Rail Tunnels (NYT)
    • Newark Takes Step Towards True BRT (MTR)
    • Columbia Student Killed by Car After Escaping Assault (News, NYT)
    • More Traffic Circles in DC Suburbs (WaPo)

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