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    • Congestion Pricing With Added Equity Measures Seen as More Feasible Than Higher Gas Tax (Crain's)
    • TLC Commuter Vans Total Failure, Only Two People Rode B23 Replacement (Transpo Nation)
    • Walking, Biking or Taking Transit Could Save Your Life, Says Health Department (Transpo Nation)
    • Senators Fuschillo and Dilan Reintroduce Complete Streets Legislation, With Key Amendment (MTR)
    • Regulations, Including Apartment Size and Parking Minimums, Limit NYC Housing (News)
    • Tix Fix Cops Crossed County Lines To Cover Up DWI Crash (News)
    • Comprehensive Look at Yankee Stadium Parking Debacle Sums Up the Madness (Transpo Nation)
    • Fort Greene Leads Brooklyn in Cyclist Injuries; Bklyn Paper Tries to Puzzle Out Why
    • On UWS, FedEx Trucks Fill No Parking Zone Meant for Access-A-Ride (DNAinfo)
    • Helmet-Cam Shows Dangerous, Hostile Actions By Williamsburg School Bus Drivers (Gothamist)

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