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8:58 AM EDT on May 7, 2013

    • Family of Ryo Oyamada, Pedestrian Killed by NYPD, Takes City to Federal Court (Gothamist)
    • DOT Won't Confirm Citi Bike Launch Date (AMNY); Post Runs With It; News 12 "Reports" Delay
    • Companies Race to Get In on NYC Bike-Share App Market (TransNat)
    • See This DNAinfo Piece for a Preview of Future Bike-Share Reportage
    • City Says Hail Apps Not Technically Illegal, Injunction Or No (News)
    • DOT Gets Fed Funds to Fix Carroll Street Bridge, Where Schumer Bikes "All the Time" (Bklyn Paper)
    • NYT Sits In at Bike Safety Course, Runs Zinger-Free Story About It
    • Search for Suspect Who Escaped NYPD Custody Shuts Subway Lines for Hours (NYT)
    • Lease Negotiations Between City and Hunts Point Produce Market at Standstill (Crain’s)
    • Gelinas: NYC Shouldn't Be Borrowing Money to Maintain Bridges (Post)

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