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9:17 AM EDT on May 16, 2011

    • Likely Bloomberg Taxi Plan: 1,500 New Medallions Plus 6,000 Borough-Only Cabs (Post)
    • Port Authority Tolls Likely to Rise, But What Will Christie Buy With the Revenue? (NYT)
    • Another Driver Traveling at Highway Speed Crashes Off Queensboro Bridge Ramp (Post)
    • Jim Walden Won't Bike in NYC With His Three Young Kids (Crain's)
    • On New Buses, Ceilings Too Low and Seats Too Small, Says Post
    • Long Island Teen Kills 9-Year-Old on Bike While Learning to Drive (Post)
    • Cab Driver Barrels Into Midtown Starbucks (Gothamist)
    • Helen Marshall OKs 600 Parking Space Reduction for Long Island City Office Tower (Queens Chron)
    • Mid-Block Crosswalks Could Connect Midtown's Network of Private Plazas (DNAinfo)
    • Ride Along With the Livery Cab Crackdown (Post)
    • Greenwich Village Residents Like Idea of Plaza, Terrified of "Revelers" Sitting Down (Villager)
    • New Hopstop Feature Counts Calories Burned While Walking to Transit (Post)

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