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8:57 AM EDT on August 9, 2011

    • America, Where We Cross Our Fingers and Pray for Cheap Gas to Stimulate the Economy (NYT)
    • Sadik-Khan Previews Bike-Share -- "a Convenient and Affordable Way to Get Across Town" -- for Slate
    • Could Higher Port Authority Tolls Lead to Rational Road Pricing All Over NYC? (City Hall)
    • After Playing Shell Games With Port Authority Funds, Christie Attacks Ward Over Toll/Fare Plan (Post)
    • Sources Say Christie and Cuomo Knew to Expect the Plan; Menendez Calls for Veto (Bergen Record)
    • Post: $4 Hudson River Toll Hike "Grotesque"
    • Bloomberg: No Opinion on PA Tolls (Daily Politics)
    • Brighton Beach Car Owners Threaten to Cruise for Parking After Muni Lot Rate Hike (News)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Who Put Bloomberg Aide in Permanent Coma Gets 4-Year Max Sentence (News)
    • Driver Injures Pedestrian Near Sidewalk-Nibbling 96th Street Subway Station (DNAinfo)
    • As If NYPD Didn't Already Let NYC Drivers Get Away With Murder... (Post)

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