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    • Pricing Poll Numbers Jump When NYers Told of Benefits (Post)
    • RELATED: Lawmakers Don't Expect Pricing Vote (NYT, AMNY)
    • RELATED: Silver Questions Proposed Pricing Boundaries (Daily News)
    • RELATED: Silver's Sister Parks and Rides in London (Crain's)
    • RELATED: MTA Likely to 'Hijack' Pricing Revenues (Post)
    • RELATED: Media Spending Shows Broad Support for PlaNYC (Observer)
    • RELATED: City Should Make Drivers Pay for Free Transit (WNBC)
    • Driving in US Drops for First Time in 25 Years (NPR)
    • Former Bike Shop Owner Had Role in Bike Seizure (Voice)
    • Daughter Makes Case for Moynihan Station (Daily News)
    • Boaters and Motorists Clash on LI (Newsday)
    • Livingstone Backs Tory Frequent Flyer Fee (Guardian)
    • Motorist Perplexed by Parking Enforcement (Clinton Hill Blog via Curbed)
    • Where to Park It in Greenpoint (Gowanus Lounge)

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