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8:57 AM EDT on May 21, 2013

    • Regular Amtrak and Metro-North Service to Resume Tomorrow After Connecticut Derailment (NYT)
    • Derailment Spotlights Years of Delayed Metro-North Investment from Connecticut (WNYC)
    • EMTs Successfully Respond to Building Next to Bike-Share Station; Post Sees It as Massive Failure
    • Daily News Letter Writers Respond to Paper's Attack on People Who Support Bike-Share
    • MSG's 15-Year Permit Renewal Could Morph Into Permanent "Gift" (CapNY, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Parking-Saturated S.I. Ferris Wheel and Mall Begins Land Use Review (Crain's, Post, Advance 1, 2)
    • Crain's Kicks Off DCP Speculation; Will Burden's Replacement Be Serious About Parking Reform?
    • Bloomberg to Propose Removable Hurricane Barriers, Man-Made Islands and Wetlands (NY1)
    • Kids Ride Free: Debi Rose Wants MTA to Swap Height Rule for Age Rule (Advance, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • A 48-Second Explanation of Free Bike-Share Classes for Drive-Time Radio Set (WCBS)

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