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8:39 AM EDT on May 13, 2008

    • City Motorists Contemplate $5/Gal Gas; Many Turn to Transit (Post, News)
    • Assembly Republican Jim Tedisco Takes Gas Tax "Fight" Online 
    • Bike-Share Coming to Convention Host Cities (USA Today)
    • DOT Bike Coordinator Takes Questions (City Room)
    • Staten Islanders Talk Cycling Safety (SI Advance)
    • Vehicular Cycling Advocate Blames Lanes for Fatalities (BikePortland
    • Bloomberg and Schumer Spar Over West Side Development (Crain's, AMNY)
    • Far Rockaway-Lower Manhattan Ferry Service Resumes (NYT, News)
    • Maritime Building Ferry Terminal Features David Byrne-Designed Organ (Post)
    • MTA Offers Cash to Survey Straphangers (Post
    • Web Site Helps Drivers Fight Parking Tickets (Post)

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