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8:57 AM EDT on May 10, 2013

    • NYC Set to Launch the Gold Standard of Bike-Share as Electeds Count Parking Spots (NYT, NY1)
    • CB 6 Endorses Sackett St. Bike Lane, Union St. Corral; Rejects Columbia St. Parking (BK Paper, DNA)
    • Video: Cyclist Harassed by Motorist and Mob of Bystanders in Williamsburg (Animal)
    • NYPD Allows Civilian Complaint Review Board to Prosecute Officers Accused of Misconduct (News)
    • DOE to Sign Deals With Non-Union School Bus Companies (Post, News)
    • Locals Plead for Help as Streets of Jamaica Plagued by Avid Motorists (NY1)
    • DNA Runs a Nice Piece on Brooklyn's Bike Boom
    • Chin Says She's Working With DOT on Possible Relocation of Petrosino Citi Bike Station (DNANews)
    • Mob Scene II: Villager Has More From Last Week's Mortifying CB 2 Bike-Share Forum
    • Fun: Check Out the Brooklyn Spoke Bike-Share Criticism Challenge
    • Got a Bikelash Thesis? Send It to the Daily News

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