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    • Low-Income Transit User Advocates Come Out for Pricing (City Room, NY1)
    • Opponents Turn Out for Town Hall Meeting (Queens Gazette)
    • Pricing Revenues May Be Directed to Transit 'Lock Box' (News)
    • Markowitz Parking Privilege Rescinded; BP Lashes at Media (News)
    • Teacher Placards Are in the Public Interest (R'dale Press)
    • Bike Parking Lot, With Attendant, Proposed for Midtown (NYT, City Room)
    • Taxi Reps Say Hybrids Not Ready for Prime Time (Sun)
    • State Supreme Court Throws Out Pedicab Provisions (Sun)
    • Amtrak Strike Likely to Be Averted (News
    • High School Cancels Talk by Climate Change Expert (NYT)

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