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8:50 AM EDT on May 25, 2010

    • Feds Powerless to Contain BP Oil Leak (NYT)
    • ...But They Can Reduce Oil Dependence (Grist)
    • Clock Is Ticking on Student MetroCard Funding (WSJ)
    • We Finally Know a Little Bit About Andrew Cuomo's Transpo Platform (MTR)
    • New Front in MTA-TWU Battle: Time Off After Getting Spat On (NYT, News, Post, NY1)
    • Who Will Audit the Auditors? Raft of MTA Audits from DiNapoli Proving Little (SAS)
    • Sheepshead Bay Developer Wants to Build Less Parking Than NYC Requires (Bklyn Eagle)
    • Infill Development Gets the Attention of Time Mag
    • New App Matches New Yorkers Looking for Shared Cab Rides (AMNY)
    • Something About Flatbush Avenue Breeds Motorist Psychosis (Bklyn Paper)
    • Yglesias Reports on Shanghai's Contraflow Bike Lanes

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