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8:59 AM EDT on May 2, 2012

    • Construction on Permanent Times Square Redesign Begins This Spring (DNAinfo)
    • Cuomo Grants Two-Year Reprieve on State Charge For MTA Borrowing (Advance)
    • Wrong-Way, Hit-And-Run Driver Pleads Guilty to Criminally Negligent Homicide (QChron)
    • Op-Ed: Tappan Zee Transit Key to Reinventing Hudson Valley, Halting Suburban Decline (Newsday)
    • Coming Soon: Real Time Subway Data (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Queens Highway Crash Injures Eight, Including Three Children (DNAinfo)
    • Driver Flees Scene After Striking Prospect Heights Two-Year-Old (Patch)
    • Black Car Drivers Vote to Unionize in First Round of Major Campaign (Crain's)
    • Ed Towns and Wife Gwen Will Miss Campaign-Funded Personal Cars (News)
    • Updated Scorecard Provides Standard For Measuring BRT Quality (Transpo Nation)
    • Apparently, Cyclists Are All That Stand Between Piermont, NY and Perfection (NYT)
    • Here's One Way to Get Local Support For Metered Parking (DNAinfo)

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