Thursday, June 21, 2012

Market Street Car Ban

  • SAN FRANCISCO -- Market Streets problem is a very old one. So old, in fact, that its origin predates the gold rush.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Electric buggies are being considered by rail officials as a way to minimise the impact on disabled people of a car ban at Edinburghs Waverley Station streets and pavements.
  • (BBC News)
  • THE bid to ban taxis and private cars from Waverley Station is in "Network Rail say there will be sufficient provision with the new Waverley Steps and the new Market Street entrance, which we cannot agree with.
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  • A ban on taxis and cars inside Edinburghs Waverley Station could lead to a £1m bill for alterations to surrounding streets and pavements, it has been warned.
  • (BBC News)
  • The longer spring and summer days are the perfect time to ditch the car and get some fresh air by walking to school and work. Post-Hose Pipe Ban The recent spring regime from the treadmill to the street.
  • (Marketwatch)
  • Bernanke, JPMorgan has become the public face of Wall Street's opposition and warned that a tough ban on proprietary trading could restrict access to credit. "Think of it as traffic laws," Dimon said. "Some cars should go 65.
  • (Bloomberg)
  • Four men raced to save a man trapped under a car Street. Some Harlem residents are upset because of security measures police are taking on a two-block stretch of West 129th Street. Another town on Long Island is considering an outdoor smoking ban.
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  • My taste of what life might be like once the "terror ban" comes in was not an Compared to hopping out the car and wandering across to the platform there is no contest.
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  • Some days, I can spend three hours just sitting quietly on the corner of a street market. Photos later posted online showed a Western-looking foreigner watching one of the men in a cloud of smoke as others extinguished the flames.
  • (News 8 KFMB)

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