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8:58 AM EDT on May 14, 2012

    • City Advances Plan to Privatize Parking Meter Operations, Not Enforcement or Rate-Setting (WSJ)
    • Drunk Driver Kills Sunnyside Pedestrian Early Sunday Morning, Charged With Homicide (DNAinfo)
    • Driver Kills Cyclist on Roosevelt Avenue Near Citi Field, "No Criminality Suspected" (Gothamist)
    • In Staten Island Pedestrian Death, Victim's Family Blames Mets and Bar For Letting Driver Drink (Post)
    • NYPD Detective Accused of Vehicular Homicide Retires Before Trial, Will Receive Pension (News)
    • Staten Island Parents Sue City for Kicking Child Off School Bus Before He Was Hit by Car (Advance)
    • Driver Hits Three-Year-Old Boy in Sunset Park (DNAinfo)
    • Denise Richardson's Top Transit Priorities: Signal Improvements, Full Second Ave. Subway (AMNY)
    • Bike-Share Exec Alison Cohen Sits Down for Q&A With Crain's
    • Upper East Side Uses Liquor Licenses as Lever Against Delivery Cyclist Behavior (DNAinfo)
    • NJ Transit Could Allow More Bike Access on Commuter Trains (AP)
    • Bloomberg Explains Bike-Share Isn't For All-Day Rides (Post)

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