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    • City to Issue Call for Firms Interested in Pricing Contract (Daily Politics)
    • Pricing Revenue Not Enough to Stave Off Fare Hikes (Daily News)
    • Anti-Pricing Paper Has 'Millions of Questions,' Asks Two (Queens Courier)
    • Weprin Commission Proposal a 'Lame PR Stunt' (Post)
    • DOT Inspectors Patrolling Bike Lanes -- on Bikes (Post)
    • Cyclist Summonses Down as Rider Numbers Increase (Post)
    • NYPD Officer on Critical Mass: 'No Bicyclist Is Innocent' (Villager)
    • Westchester Co. Pol Campaigns on Tandem (Daily Politics)
    • MTA Pledges $6.2 Million to Speed Up Verrazano Project (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Transit Data Kept Under Wraps (onNYTurf)
    • Cabbie Strike Would be Welcome (Sun)
    • Markowitz Signs Off on New Parking Deck (Brooklyn Paper)
    • DOT Makes Up for Lost Parking (Dumbo NYC)

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