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    • NYT to Congress: Don't Shortchange Amtrak With Privatization Requirement
    • Prioritizing the MTA's Mega-Projects (AMNY)
    • Funding for Second Ave Subway, East Side Access Moves Through Senate Committee (NY1)
    • Some Downtowners Object to Proposed Bike Path Through City Hall Park (NYT)
    • Alternate Side Parking Rules Return to Park Slope (NYT)
    • Complaints About Gas Stations Rise, But City Inspectors Find Little Evidence of Price-Gouging (NYT)
    • 90 NYC Gas Stations Shuttered in Past 18 Months (News)
    • Pedicab Regs Remain Unenforced During Court Battle (Post)
    • What Can the MTA Learn From Ikea Shuttle Buses? (2nd Ave Sagas)

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