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8:59 AM EDT on May 25, 2012

    • 76th Precinct Didn't Have a Radar Gun For at Least a Month (DNAinfo)
    • Gustavo Rivera Keeps Up Support For Webster Avenue SBS (News)
    • On Weekends, East River Ferry Needs a Bigger Boat (NYT)
    • EDC Strikes Deal to Connect South Bronx Greenway and Randall's Island (DNAinfo)
    • Expert Panel, Downtown Residents Call For Tolling East River Bridges (Villager)
    • Metro-North Chief Talks TOD, Parking, and Capital Funding (WCBJ)
    • Hunts Point Pedestrian Confronts Dangerous Cab Drivers, Is Viciously Attacked (Post)
    • Bloomberg Endorses Taxi Fare Hike (DNAinfo)
    • Hicksville Station Improvements Mean More Service After East Side Access (Hicksville News)
    • News: East Side Access Cost Overruns and Delays Are "Disturbing"
    • More on Barclays Center Transportation Plan from Atlantic Yards Report

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