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9:01 AM EDT on May 3, 2013

    • Drivers Injure Two 12 Year-Old Boys -- One on Foot, One on Bike -- In Separate Brooklyn Crashes (Post)
    • Baruch College Students Make Use of New East 25th Street Plaza (NYT)
    • Scenes From CB 2's "I'm Not Against Bike-Share, But..." Kvetch-Fest Last Night (DNANY1, Villager 1, 2)
    • Lhota: "I'm All For the Bike-Share Program," But Bike-Share Station Sitings Are "Insensitive" (WNYC)
    • A Thoughtful Look at NYC's Initial Reaction to Bike-Share Stations From the Financial Times
    • Sorry, New York Post: You're Not Too Fat For Bike-Share (Atlantic)
    • 108th Precinct, Where Tenzin Drudak Was Killed By Out-Of-Control Driver, Gets New Leadership (DNA)
    • Pay a Lot For Gas After Sandy? AG Eric Schneiderman Is On It (News, WSJ, NY1)
    • DOT: Pulaski Bridge Has Capacity For Bike Lane; Engineering Study Up Next (Brownstoner)
    • Rosedale Little League Wants To Curb Speeding Near Park After Driver Hits 7 Year-Old (Times Ledger)
    • Central Park West Anti-Cyclist Assault Case Dismissed For Missing 3-Month Trial Window (News)

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