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8:56 AM EDT on May 15, 2012

    • ESDC Seeks to Appeal Ruling That It Illegally Skipped Atlantic Yards Environmental Review (Crain's)
    • Pedro Espada Found Guilty of Stealing Hundreds of Thousands From Health Non-Profit (NYT)
    • Cuomo Man Pat Foye Preaches Mega-Project Accountability, Presumably Keeps Straight Face (Capital)
    • Sunnyside Pedestrian Slain by Alleged DWI Livery Driver Identified as Gabriel Hernandez (Post)
    • NJ Transpo Commissioner Suggests Routing NJ Transit Buses to the East Side (Capital)
    • New Jersey Researchers Find the Poor More Likely to Be Hit by Drivers (WNYC)
    • Dispatchers Added to Improve Coordination Between Staten Island Ferry and MTA Buses (Advance)
    • Ikea Adds Weekend Water Taxi Stop at East 35th Street (DNA)
    • NY1 Queens Series Looks Back at 20 Years of Carnage on the Boulevard of Death
    • Two Killed When Motorcycle Collides With Bus in Jackson Heights (News, DNA)
    • Gas Drilling Promises to Make Upstate Roads Even More Dangerous (NYT)
    • Apogee of New York City Traffic Enforcement Traced to 1896 (Gothamist)

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