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    • Congestion Mitigation Commission Will Probably Recommend Pricing (NYT, AP)
    • Bush Admin Cut Pro-Transit Section From National Report (NCI, via Planetizen)
    • Fashion Designer Stripped of Corrections Dept. Parking Placard (Post)
    • Daily News Previews Next Week's Neighborhood Parking Workshops in Queens
    • MTA: Bus Lines Attracting Riders With Better, More Reliable Service (NY1)
    • NY1 Takes a Look at Ted Kheel's 'Extreme Congestion Pricing'
    • Bay Ridge Activist Campaigns for Transit, Against Pricing (Brooklyn Eagle)
    • Undercover Taxi Officers Ride Their Beat (AM)
    • Battle Lines Drawn in 125th Street Rezoning (AM, City Room)
    • Proposed L.I.-Westchester Tunnel Could Be Dead in the Water (Newsday)
    • Carlton Avenue Bridge & Bike Lane Closes for Atlantic Yards (AYR)

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