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8:39 AM EDT on April 20, 2007

    • Bloomberg Plan Expected to Call for Congestion Pricing (NYT, Post, Daily News)
    • Spitzer Proposes Ambitious Energy Initiative (NYT)
    • New Amtrak Service Could Boost 'Sixth Borough' (NY Sun)
    • Demolition Delayed: Facing Lawsuits, Ratner Will Wait for Ruling (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Closing Fifth Avenue for Atlantic Yards: Why So Soon? (Queens Ledger)
    • Neighbor vs. Neighbor on 9th St. (Brooklyn Paper)
    • RELATED: One Driver for 9th St. Bike Lane (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Heights Bridge to the Future? (Brooklyn Paper)
    • UK Warns Climate Change Could Threaten Global Security (Guardian)
    • City Bikes: Clean, Healthy, Fun -- And Faster Than Cars? (Post Writers Group)
    • Cell Phone Tracking to Protect Peds? (Gizmag)
    • Animal Fat Diesel Riles Biorefiners (Autopia)
    • Parking Your Car Is Even Worse Than Driving It (Slate)
    • Parisians Use Second Life for City Planning (BBC)

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