The Round-Up: Tuesday

In an anti-climactic finish, congestion pricing plan is shelved. [NY Times]

RFP for West Side rail yards has developers thinking twice. [NY Post]

U.S. Fund for UNICEF to move to 70,000 square feet at 125 Maiden Lane. [NY Post]

Syms leaving behind 79,000 square feet at 400 Park Avenue. [NY Post]

New safety equipment will warn transit workers of oncoming trains. [NY Daily News]

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