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New York to Begin Gas Rationing as Storm Delays Recovery

Gasoline rationing expanded to New York City and Long Island as the region coped with a nor’easter that slowed the recovery from superstorm Sandy.

The city and Nassau and Suffolk counties will join New Jersey in implementing an odd-even system for fueling based on license plate numbers, beginning tomorrow. To aid commuters who use northern New Jersey train lines that remain out of service, the state will offer free shuttle buses to the Weehawken Ferry Terminal for trips to Manhattan, Governor Chris Christie said.