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9:04 AM EDT on May 17, 2011

    • Manhattan CB7 Committees Vote Unanimously for Trial Car-Free Central Park This Summer (DNAinfo)
    • Now That She's Not Writing to the Times, How Is Iris Weinshall Fighting the PPW Bike Lane? (City Limits)
    • Cuomo Tabs Freddy "Pay to Pray" Ferrer to Replace Doreen Frasca on MTA Board (Transpo Nation, NY1)
    • NYC Region Pols Fund Arenas and Malls While Transit Withers (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Are E-Bikes Motor Vehicles, Bicycles, or Something Else? (WSJ)
    • NYPD Ticket-Fixing Probe Reveals DWI Cover-Up (News)
    • There Are Consequences for Using Your Car as a Weapon, as Long as You Hit a Cop (News)
    • How Can DOT Protect Against Crazy, Lawbreaking QBoro Bridge Speeders? (Post)
    • It's Never Such a Perfect Day to Bike on the Sidewalk (Brooklyn Spoke)
    • Ladies and Gentlemen, We Present the New York Times Transportation Beat

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