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9:11 AM EDT on May 5, 2010

    • Safety in Numbers: TA Finds Cyclist Injuries Down for Fifth Straight Year (WSJ)
    • Paterson Threatens to Shut Down State Government in Lieu of Budget Deal (NYT)
    • Albany AWOL on Funds for Station Agents (AMNY); New Signs Tell Riders Not to Expect Bus (SAS)
    • Bruce Schaller Says Road Pricing Campaigns Must Appeal to Motorist Selfishness (Planetizen)
    • Denny Farrell, Foe of Pricing and Bus Cams, Draws First Primary Challenge in 18 Years (SOP)
    • WNYC's Andrea Bernstein Files a Nice Little Piece on Performance Parking (@ 3:00 Mark)
    • Hothead Monserrate Aide Caught With Fake Placard, Without License (City Room, News, Post)
    • Bronx Merchants Up in Arms Over Space-Hogging Parking Agents (News)
    • Maniac Drivers Terrorize Residents of Springfield Gardens, On and Off the Street (News)
    • No Place to Park Bikes at "Green" Downtown Brooklyn Condo Tower (Fifty Car Pileup)
    • No End in Sight to Gulf Oil Spill; Friedman Says Mother Nature Is Watching (NYT)

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