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8:49 AM EDT on April 18, 2008

    • Spitzer-Appointed Port Authority Chief Resigns (Crain's, Sun)
    • Mega-Development Projects Need Help (NYT)
    • With Pricing's Defeat, City Drops Residential Parking Permits (Bklyn Paper)
    • Quinnipiac Lands Parting Shot (Post
    • Taxi Erupts in Flames Outside St. Patrick's (Post)
    • Bike Lane Calms Washington Street (Villager
    • Complete Street Plans Move Ahead on Dekalb and Vanderbilt (Bklyn Paper)
    • Parking Sign Tampering Causes Neighborhood Uproar (Bklyn Paper
    • San Francisco to Try Variable Rate Meters (Chron via Planetizen
    • GA Legislature Kills Popular Transpo Funding Bill (C. Loaf via BikeAthens Blog)
    • Hinky Highway Earmark Sparks Congressional Probe (NYT)

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