New York Gasoline Rationing Cuts Lines as Transit ExpandsHenry Goldman, Matt Townsend and Peter Rawlings
Gasoline rationing came to New York City and Long Island, reducing lines at filling stations, and commuting options expanded as the region worked to recover from the damage caused by superstorm Sandy and a snowy nor’easter.
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