Wednesday news roundup

City Hall has been a busy place this week.

KING and Q13 report that the City Council is looking at  new regulations on TNC companies such as Uber and Lyft.

Seattle Times reports that Mayor Durkan wants to look at “congestion pricing” (aka tolling) for Seattle’s downtown streets.

KING and KUOW cover the changes to off-street parking regulations passed by the Council on Monday.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog discusses the ally vacation petition for the expansion of the Convention Center, and what the city wants in return.

SeattleMet reports on the Council’s passage of an ordinance outlawing subminimum wages for people with disabilities.