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8:45 AM EDT on April 15, 2008

    • Time to Create a New Vision for US Transportation Policy (Detroit Free Press)
    • Food Prices Soar as Farmers Grow Crops to Feed Our Vehicles (NPR)
    • Will Americans Ever Embrace Congestion Pricing? (WaPo via Planetizen
    • Andy Darrell: Other Solutions to the City's Traffic Crisis (Goth Gazz)
    • Après Congestion Pricing, Traffic Types Fixate on Paris (NY Mag)
    • "Reform-Minded" Broadway Democrats Defend the Status Quo (Daily Politics)
    • MTA Will Harness Solar and East River Tidal Power (NYT, News)
    • Why I Let My 9-Year-Old Ride the Subway Alone (Sun)
    • DOT Installs Misspelled "Merser St." Sign (News)

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