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8:59 AM EDT on May 16, 2012

    • De Blasio Comes Out Against Parking Meter Privatization and Rate Increases (WSJ)
    • Big Upgrades on Table For Hudson River Greenway in Upper Manhattan (DNAinfo)
    • Sadik-Khan Visits Site of Fatal Staten Island Bike Crash With Wagner College President (DNAinfo)
    • Community Board Approves Midtown's 6 1/2th Avenue, New Raised Crosswalks (Observer)
    • Good News: Over Half of Manhattan's Bike-Share Stations Will Be in the Street (Gothamist)
    • Van Bramer Cheers Inclusion of LIC in Bike-Share, Wants More Stations in Queens (Q Courier)
    • Felix Salmon Follows Up on Bike-Share Costs and Convenience (Reuters)
    • Brian Lehrer and Andrea Bernstein Talk Bike-Share (WNYC)
    • So Far, Only 238 Plug-In Vehicles Bought in New York City (NYT)
    • Arbitration Panel Awards Raises to 3,000 MTA Bus Drivers (News)
    • Nostrand Avenue Reconstruction, Including SBS Prep, Begins in Bed-Stuy (Brownstoner)

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