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8:50 AM EDT on March 31, 2008

    • Pricing Bill Amended; Now Includes PA Deal and Some Exemptions (Daily Politics)
    • Silver Critical of Changes; Wants Budget in Place Before Pricing Vote (Post)
    • Budget and Pricing Could Be Resolved Faster Than Expected (NYT)
    • Paterson Proposes $60M in Cuts to MTA Operating Budget (Post, AMNY, News)
    • Fidler Says the 'Nays' Prevail in City Council, But for How Long? (Daily Politics)
    • NYT Profiles New Yorkers Hooked on Driving
    • Silver: 'I Do Not Understand Need' for Pedestrian Islands (Post)
    • Judges Not Only Ones Grabbing Free Spots in Brooklyn Park (News)
    • City Eyes Upper West Side for Performance-Based Parking Pilot (NYT)
    • Stalled Atlantic Yards Towers May Turn Into Huge Parking Lot (Metro)
    • New Haven Plan Would 'Boulevardize' Post-War Highway (MTR via GGW)

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