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8:59 AM EDT on May 11, 2012

    • QPoll Shows Two to One Support For Bike-Share System (News)
    • ... But Daily News Prints Four Anti-Bike Screeds in Letters Section
    • Westchester League of Women Voters Blasts State For Stripping Transit From Tappan Zee (LoHud)
    • State Looks to Tolls to Pay For New Tappan Zee (Transpo Nation)
    • Should Some NJ Transit Buses Skip Port Authority, Load on East Side Streets? (Star-Ledger)
    • Dashane Santana's Grandmother Fights to Rename Dangerous Delancey For Slain Teen (DNAinfo)
    • Mean Streets: With Gersh in Charge, the Times' Local Transpo Coverage Is All About Conflict
    • Car-Free Fulton Mall Still a Retail All-Star (WSJ)
    • MTA May Contract Out Retail Operations in East Side Access Concourse (Crain's)
    • EDC Chief Calls For Construction Industry Reform, More Infrastructure Spending (Real Deal)
    • In Greenpoint, Battle For Sidewalk Space Pits Brunch Against Churchgoers (NYT)

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