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9:00 AM EDT on May 9, 2012

    • Search for Bike-Share Sponsor Went Down to the Wire, Slowing System Rollout (Transpo Nation)
    • East Side Access Could Be Delayed Again, to 2019 (WSJTranspo Nation)
    • To Keep Washington Heights Seniors Safe, DOT Proposes Traffic Calming and Ped Islands (DNAinfo)
    • East Side CB Approves of Bike-Share, Including 118 Docks at Grand Central (DNAinfo)
    • Bike-Share Prices Worth It, Within Normal Range, But Reflect Lack of Public Subsidy (Guardian)
    • Moynihan Station Construction to Begin This Year (WSJ)
    • East Coast Greenway to Finally Extend Through Industrial Jersey (WSJ)
    • Driver Strikes Flatbush Man Crossing Ditmas Avenue With Breakfast (DNAinfo)
    • Heroic Liveblog Brings You Every Federal Transpo Bill Conference Talking Point (Streetsblog DC)
    • News: Conference Committee, Schumer, Grimm, Have Chance to Restore Transit Tax Credit
    • It'll Take Hillary Clinton to Keep This Bike Lane Clear (Observer)

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