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8:55 AM EDT on May 22, 2013

    • 2013: Weiner Announces (News, NYT); "Bill de Blasio Drives" (NYT); Q Poll: Runoff Likely (WSJ)
    • Metro-North and Amtrak Expected to Resume Full Service Today (NYT)
    • NYC Bike-Share Modeled on the Best of Other Systems (NYT)
    • Post Doubles Down on Fabricated FDNY Story After Bikes Removed From W. 13th Street Station
    • Bike Lover Thrilled Not to Have Bikes in Front of Co-Op (DNA); Bike-Share Bashing Now a Post Beat
    • In Broad Daylight, Bronx Town Car Driver Seriously Injures 11-Year-Old Boy and Flees Scene (News 12)
    • At Least One Child Hospitalized With Serious Injuries After School Bus Crash in Kensington (DNA)
    • David Greenfield Wants Cameras to Catch Drivers Who Pass School Buses; Golden Says No (News)
    • On-Call Firefighters Slam Into Car at SI Intersection Where Residents Want Stop Sign (Advance)
    • Reactions to Fourth Avenue Traffic-Calming Plan, From Park Slope to Bay Ridge (Bklyn Paper)
    • 2nd Ave Sagas: Hype Aside, MTA Has No Reason to Cede Transit Terminal for "Low Line" Park

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