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8:54 AM EDT on May 27, 2011

    • Cuomo Preparing to Fire Respected Port Authority Chief Chris Ward (Post)
    • Transportation Nation Crowdsourcing Project Maps And Chronicles NYPD Bike Blitz
    • Christie Pulls New Jersey Out of Regional Cap-And-Trade Program (NYT)
    • Ticket Fixing And Cop Credibility Dominate Drunk Driving Trial (NYT, News)
    • Market Price for Parking Under Your Own Roof in Chelsea: $200,000 (NYT)
    • Livery Cab Drivers Oppose Latest Version of Bloomberg Plan For Borough Taxis (News)
    • State Releases Atlantic Yards Traffic Changes (Bklyn Paper)
    • East River Ferry Service, With $9.3M Subsidy and $4 Fares, to Launch in June (Bklyn Paper)
    • Upper East Siders Want Safe Pedestrian Connection to East River Esplanade (DNAinfo)
    • MTA Bus Purchases Boon to Local Upstate Economy (Press-Republican)
    • Prospect Park Encounter Gives Bike Snob a Moment of Clarity About the Bikelash

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