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9:02 AM EDT on July 21, 2010

    • Goldsmith Likes Congestion Pricing, Wants to Loosen Albany's Grip on NYC (DP, Observer)
    • Service Cut Pain Sinking in: Longer Waits, Fewer Seats, More Transfers, Higher Fares (NY1, SAS)
    • More on the Charges Against Hit-and-Run Cop Louis Ramos (News, NYT, NY1)
    • Gross: Watch Ratner and Bloomberg Mouth Platitudes About East River Plaza (TRD)
    • Bus Bunching in Park Slope: Blame the Scheduling or Blame the Traffic? (Bklyn Paper)
    • SF Residents About to Learn How Congestion Pricing Might Work for Them (Streetsblog SF)
    • Ha! Anti-Pricing Ringleader Richard Brodsky Running as Enviro Candidate for AG (@CityHallNews
    • The Conservative Case Against Sprawl-Inducing Mortgage Subsidies (Nat Review via Yglesias)
    • Manhattan CB1 Member: Give Nuns and Everyone Else a Pass on Blocking the Box (DNAInfo)
    • Newsflash: NYers Nitpick Buses Built for Speedy Boarding (AMNY)
    • Ice-T Says He Was Framed for Driving Without a Valid License or Insurance (Post)

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