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8:55 AM EDT on May 14, 2013

    • Marty Golden and David Weprin Among Politicos Who Consider Themselves Above Traffic Rules (Post)
    • City Hires Firms to Improve Public Realm Along With Midtown East Rezoning (DCP via Curbed)
    • Elba Granizo, 75, Killed by Driver in Elmhurst (Times Ledger)
    • Leroy Comrie to Introduce Bill Requiring NYPD to Release Yearly Hit-and-Run Reports (News)
    • Finally, Motorists Get More Space on the Brooklyn Bridge (NYT)
    • Tri-State: NYS DOT Could Stand to Ramp Up Its Complete Streets Program
    • MTA Sees Nothing Wrong With G Train Service (Crain's)
    • Post Nails Another Bike-Share Suit Exclusive, and Endorses John Liu's Anti-Bike Platform
    • Brooklyn Bike Train Cyclists Find Security in Numbers (Bklyn Paper)
    • Dirt Bike Riders Tired of Running From Police, Want Their Own Park (DNA)
    • Starlight Park Reopens, Minus Connections to Bronx River Greenway (DNA)
    • Defending MLS Proposal, Bloomberg Says Park Land "Not the Only Thing People Need" (Post)

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