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9:02 AM EDT on May 7, 2012

    • Homicide Charges Filed Against Driver in Fatal Head-On 90 MPH Collision (News)
    • Private Garbage Truck Driver Kills Hell's Kitchen Pedestrian; "No Criminality Suspected" (Gothamist)
    • Tappan Zee Transparency: Cuomo Admin Won't Say a Word About Likely Thruway Toll Hikes (LoHud)
    • Felon Convicted of Defrauding MTA Hired to Run Payroll For East Side Access Contractor (News)
    • Cool, If Surprising, to See Bike-Share's Alison Cohen on List of NYC's Most Powerful (NYT)
    • Newsday: Walkable, Transit-Oriented Downtown Is the Future for Farmington
    • As Big Box Retail Struggles, Urban Locations Able to Subdivide and Thrive (WSJ)
    • Five Borough Bike Tour Shows Demand For Cycling, But Safety Remains Obstacle (AMNY)
    • City's First Bike Expo Proves Cycling Is Big Business (DNAinfo)
    • City's Highways, Old And Narrow, Safer Than National Average (Times-Union)
    • Annual Blessing of the Bikes Calls Attention to Year's Slain Cyclists (NYT)
    • Stringer Pushes MTA to Make Senior MetroCard Replacement Easier (News)

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