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9:00 AM EDT on May 12, 2008

    • High Gas Prices Lead More Commuters to Opt for Transit and Biking (NYT, AP)
    • Krugman: There Is No 'Oil Bubble'
    • NYT: Time to Rethink Ethanol
    • Transit Improvements, 1,400 Parking Spots to Accompany Red Hook IKEA (Post)
    • Viability of Rockaway Ferry Service Far From Certain (News)
    • Hudson Yards Negotiation May Resume (Crain's, Sun)
    • Hit-and-Run Drag Racer Turns Himself In (News)
    • Bills Would Lower Community Board Voting Age to 16 (NYT)
    • Newark Looks to Transit to Spur Revitalization (MTR)
    • SF Plans Car-Free Boulevards, Bike Path on Market Street (SF Chron)

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