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9:16 AM EDT on May 4, 2011

    • Taxi of Tomorrow Will Be Nissan: More Fuel-Efficient, With Sliding Doors (NYT, Crain's)
    • DOT Launches Major Study of Chinatown Parking, Will Be Used to Fight Congestion (DNAinfo)
    • Eight Inwood Intersections to Get Safety Fixes, Six More Slated for Capital Projects (DNAinfo)
    • Hasidim Harassing, Physically Assaulting Cyclists Who Continue to Use Bedford Ave (Bklyn Paper)
    • NYT Survey Finds Dizzying Diversity of Illegal Placards, But Not One Ticket (City Room)
    • Senate Bill Would Allow Police to Pull Over Texting Drivers (Post)
    • Have You Been Caught In NYPD's Bike Blitz? Join Transpo Nation's Crowdsourcing Effort
    • Remember, Second Ave Subway Isn't Only Project Behind Schedule, Over Budget (LoHud)
    • Sheepshead Bay CB Thinks Speeding Is What Defines Real New Yorkers (L Mag)
    • Architects Look Forward to Day When Cars Can Replace Bees As Pollinators (News)

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