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8:59 AM EDT on June 1, 2012

    • Council Member David Greenfield Wants to Mandate Helmets For All Cyclists (WSJ)
    • Wolfson: To Keep Cyclists Safe, Try Supporting Bike Lanes (Transpo Nation)
    • Red Hook Residents, Electeds, TWU Team Up To Fight for Red Hook Buses (WNET)
    • Parallel Parking Driver Pins Teacher Phyllis Pitt Against McDonalds and Kills Her (News)
    • Feds Shut Down 26 Curbside Bus Companies (NYT)
    • State Still Won't Release Tappan Zee Docs, 111 Days Later (MTR)
    • Thruway Truck Tolls Going Up 45 Percent, Unrelated to TZB Financing (Times-Union)
    • DOT Proposes Extending Fifth Avenue Bike Route Through Sunset Park (DNAinfo)
    • Why Does This Brand New Subway Station Already Have Leaks? (Tribeca Trib)
    • After Recount, Republican David Storobin Defeats Lew Fidler to Win Brooklyn Senate Seat (NYT)
    • The Journal Profiles New York's Old-School Schwinn Bike Clubs
    • Will Livery Cabs Start Legally Taking Street Hails This Monday? (DNAinfo)
    • Miami Cops Get Serious, Write One Failure to Yield Ticket Per Minute (Miami Herald)

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