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9:00 AM EDT on May 23, 2012

    • Increased Transit and Decreased Parking for Barclays Center; Neighbors Still Fear Traffic (NYT)
    • ...Promise of Free MetroCards Broken, Deemed Ineffective (News)
    • At Queens Workshop, Residents Want More Bike-Share Locations in More Neighborhoods (DNAinfo)
    • Will Taxi Fare Hike End Up in Drivers' Pockets or Medallion Owners'? (NYT)
    • More Arrests in LIRR Disability Scam, Cost to Feds Rises to $1B (NYT)
    • Driver Strikes "Spinal Tap" Actor Michael McKean, "No Criminality Suspected" (News)
    • Park Avenue SUV Driver Leaves 20-Year-Old Pedestrian in Critical Condition (NBC)
    • Brother of Slain Hit-And-Run Victim Searches Every Day For Killer (DNAinfo)
    • After Pedestrian Death, Golden Renews Call to Felonize Hit-And-Runs (Sheepshead Bites)
    • State Senate Votes to Toughen Leandra's Law, Crack Down on Drunk Drivers (Transpo Nation)
    • Giuliani Steps in to Broker Deal For Empty, Bankrupt, Subsidized Yankee Stadium Parking (News)
    • Serranos Questions FreshDirect Deal, Additional South Bronx Truck Traffic (News)
    • Wards Island Pedestrian Bridge to Reopen Next Week (DNAinfo)
    • The NYT Gives Some Attention to Harold Interlocking, Busiest Rail Intersection in the Country

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