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9:06 AM EDT on May 24, 2011

    • Ticket-Fixing Cops Now a Liability for Prosecutions in NYC (NYT, Post)
    • On-Time Performance Drops Markedly on Numbered Subway Lines (City Room, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Truck Mirror Bill Passes State Senate, on the Fast Track to Assembly Vote (News)
    • Woman Plows Range Rover Into Queens Rite-Aid, Injuring Two Cashiers (Post)
    • Why Placards Must Go: Free Passes Mess Up Performance Parking for Everyone Else (Yglesias)
    • Patchogue Church Gives Away Bikes to Workers Who Can't Afford a Car (Transpo Nation)
    • Tom Vanderbilt: "Children at Play" Signs Make It More Dangerous for Children to Play (Slate)
    • Markowitz Fine With Bike Lanes as Long as They're Expensive Fantasies (Bklyn Paper)
    • City Explores Giving Scofflaw Parkers the Boot (News)
    • Google's Robo-Car Evangelists Sound an Awful Lot Like PRT Believers (TPM)
    • Never Heed Advice on How to Be Taken Seriously From Someone Called "The Crapper"

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