Counterparties

By Felix Salmon
March 16, 2011
WaPo

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What it looks like when you combine serious and unserious news stories — someecards

“The great trick of the last few years has been convincing private and public-sector workers that their interests somehow diverge from one another” — WaPo

Nice video on congestion pricing — Streetfilms

Really smart comment on the dynamics of urban transportation — PaytonC

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Klein has noticed this already? Well, it’s at least nice that he writes about it, I guess.

Posted by Foppe | Report as abusive

The Streetfilm series, including the Congestion link here, is excellent. A must read for anyone thinking about improving mobility in urban areas.

Posted by Lilguy | Report as abusive

The Streetfilm series, including the Congestion link here, is excellent. A must read for anyone thinking about improving mobility in urban areas.

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