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8:58 AM EDT on June 7, 2011

    • Suburban Republicans Still Have MTA Payroll Tax in Their Crosshairs (News)
    • Ulrich Won't Let Traffic Deaths Lead to Discussion of Preventing Traffic Deaths (Gothamist, Politicker)
    • Gentile Boots Pro-Bike CB10 Member; Maybe They'll Stay Stuck in the Dark Ages After All (L Mag)
    • Victim of Bed-Stuy Hit-and-Run Breathing Thru Ventilator, Has Broken Pelvis, Collarbone, Legs (News)
    • Ben Kabak: Without Congestion Pricing, Drivers Will Lose Their Minds in NYC Traffic
    • Livery Cab Drivers Hit City Hall Steps to Protest Latest Bloomberg Borough Taxi Plan (NY1)
    • Why NYC Needs Dynamic Pricing for Cabs (Cap'n Transit)
    • Bronx Dem District Leader Drives Off Highway, Plunges 30 Feet, Says, "I Just Lost Focus" (Post)
    • Restaurants Will Get Bedford Ave All to Themselves at This Year's Williamsburg Walks (Bklyn Paper)
    • Rahm Emanuel, Gabe Klein Get Cracking on Building 100 Miles of Protected Bikeways (Sun-Times)

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