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8:49 AM EDT on May 10, 2012

    • Andrea Bernstein Knows Bike-Share Isn't for Long Trips, But Conjures One Up Anyway
    • More on the Straphangers' State of the Signals Report: Kabak, DNA, Capital
    • MTA and TWU Join NYPD and District Attorneys for Summit on Transit Worker Assaults (NY1)
    • Matt Chaban's Paean to the Schwartz Plan Tarnished by Exhumation of Richard Brodsky
    • East Village Parking Spot Puncher Convicted of Misdemeanor (News)
    • Teenage Boy Hospitalized After He's Struck by Driver in East New York (DNA)
    • Woman Says She Was Threatened by Access-A-Ride Driver Over Cell Phone Use (News)
    • Staten Islanders Forced to Weigh Love of Nature vs. Love of Asphalt (Advance)
    • Parking Complaints Shut Down Film Shoots in DUMBO and Brooklyn Heights (Bklyn Paper)
    • Amigo Watch: Judge Directs Espada Jury to Keep Deliberating (News); Few Tears for the Fallen (NYT)
    • Forgotten What It Was Like to First Ride a Bike? Let These Kids Remind You (News)

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