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9:17 AM EDT on May 5, 2011

    • Public Plazas: Beloved Urban Oases or End of Civilization? (CBS2, NY1, Post, News)
    • Taxi Drivers' Proposed Fare Hike Would Include Rush Hour Surcharge (News, WNYC)
    • WNYC Examines the Economics of Self-Regulating Livery Cabs
    • Bronx Prosecutor With Disappeared DWI Still Assigned to Ticket Fixing Cases (News)
    • Chris Simms Acquitted on Drugged Driving Charge; Post's Laura Italiano Can Barely Contain Herself
    • Owner Wants to Put Towers on Top of Chelsea Market; Neighbors: No (DNAinfo, NYT)
    • Report Says Staten Island Losing Its Young Over Housing Prices, Traffic Congestion (NY1)
    • Fitzgerald's West Egg to Have Its Own Ring of Steel (NYT)
    • Obama Hosts Wounded Veterans Recovering By Bike (Transpo Nation)
    • Congress Way Better at Slashing Transit Funds Than Lowering Gas Prices (MTR)

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