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America Ends its Affair With Autos

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Streetsblog staged the event, dubbed “The End of The Affair,” at the Jacob Javits Center in Manhattan, where the auto show is held annually.

In California, it Pays Not to Park

If someone paid you to park your car at home and find an alternate way to get to work, would you take the money and run? Angelenos and commuters throughout California are cashing in on a new program that pays them to take transit or their own two legs, instead of only for you viagra for women their cars.

Ethanol Production is Spreading the Dead Zone

The large “dead zone” that grows in the Gulf of Mexico every summer is nothing new. The toxic runoff of nitrogen fertilizer used on conventional crops in the Midwest leads to a huge swathe of sea that is buy cialis soft c o d incapable of sustaining life.

Corn is the biggest culprit in creating these environments, and now that the U.S. is looking to biofuels as a solution to its energy needs, the problem's only getting worse. Bush signed legislation at the end of 2007 that will triple the discount cialis prescriptions amount of corn ethanol produced over the next several years.

New York City Council Approves Congestion Pricing

On Monday, the New York City Council voted to in favor of cheap levitra online Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s proposal to introduce congestion pricing on the clogged streets of Gotham. The measure passed in a 30-20 vote. It’s up to state legislators in Albany to pass the plan before it can be implemented. If Albany does approve the measure, the city would be eligible for $354 million in federal grants for improvements to existing mass transit.

Spring Break Trip Promotes California's High-Speed Rail

Rather than partake in the typical booze-binging spring break run to i use it high quality viagra Mexico, fifty college students from all over California converged in San Francisco to show their support for the proposed statewide high-speed rail system. The students are members of CALPIRG, an environmental-advocacy organization that has set approval of the high-speed rail project as its top priority.

Pimp Your Ride, Light Your Bike!

Hip ways to light your ride! The Turn Signal Biking Jacket features LED signals built around a LilyPad Arduino microprocessor; Pedalites replace a bike's stock pedals and provide 360 degree battery-free lighting for visibility from all sides; The Puma Glow Rider, due out this spring, adds a glow-in-the-dark frame to their Urban Mobility Bike line.

U.K. Alliance Fights 4x4s on Urban Streets

The U.K.-based group The Alliance Against Urban 4x4’s is taking a stand against superfluous sports utility vehicles. Their blog, photos, demonstrations, and videos share a quirky sense of humor but take pollution seriously. The Alliance reveals the dangers and environmental damage of 4x4 vehicles, and their sheer ridiculousness—especially on crowded, narrow city roads, and their popularity in a time of climate change and ecological crisis.

Austin Okays Parking in Bike Lane

In Austin, Texas, the City Council voted to allow vehicle parking in the bike lane on Shoal Creek Blvd., a major thoroughfare for cars and best prices on levitra cyclists. Local residents were engaged in a tussle with the city of Austin over this bike lane for several years, until the purchasing cialis cars finally won out.

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Ethanol is a dumb idea
written by Andrew, April 04, 2008
Yet another reason I have been telling people the biofuel industry of ethanol etc is not a solution to any of our problems. Economically it hurts us, ecologically it hurts us, technologically it holds back actual progress. It is a lose lose idea all around. Why people don't understand this is beyond me.

Simple statistics and basic chemistry tell us this. If nothing else the companies pushing for it should look at their own bottom line, and realize, it is going to cost them more money in the long run. It isn't selfishness that keeps putting us into these messes. It is shear stupidity.
Parking in the bike lane?
written by Laedelas, April 04, 2008
That's ridiculous. Excuse me while I vent my anger...
congestion pricing
written by christina, April 05, 2008
maybe this can be a good thing. less cars on the road less pollution pumped in the air ;D
MTA = Extorionists
written by Jan Michael Dionisio, April 06, 2008
I think the MTA is trying its best to make a better tomorrow, but at the price of making the people of today inconvenienced and burdened in debt and finding more ways to make money just to keep up with the pace of living in New York City. I feel the government should take a more serious approach and hands down--give the city money that it needs to generic mexico pharmacy viagra get the "improvements" done and not make the wow look it how to get cialis people suffer with inconvenience.The city is losing money from the subways because people would rather stay home then deal with the stupidity that is track delays and construction on the weekends--what's their solution? hike up the fares for those that have no choice but to be out and about 24/7. it's just not right.

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