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8:58 AM EDT on May 2, 2013

    • Quinn, Vacca, and Greenfield May Have Milked the Parking Thing for All It's Worth (CapNYNYT)
    • Downtown Express and DNA Take a Stab at Balanced Bike-Share Coverage
    • Post Running on Fumes; And the Rest: Gothamist, Fox, AMNYCBSNY1
    • State Supreme Court Justice Issues Hail App Injunction (CapNY, NYT)
    • Straphangers: G Train Had Fewest Delays in 2012, Delays Up System-Wide (NYTCapNY)
    • Staten Island SBS Camera Enforcement Begins at End of May (Advance)
    • Manhattan Taxi Driver Who Rammed Men With Cab Acquitted of Attempted Murder (Post)
    • Dirt Bike Rider Rammed by Police Found Guilty of Reckless Driving (Post)
    • You Don't Have Halloran to Kick Around Anymore (Politicker)
    • Joe Lhota Rails Against Bike Lanes, Bike Share, Residential Zoning, Typewriters (Bklyn Paper)

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