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8:58 AM EDT on May 23, 2013

    • Zupan: Bike-Share Will Be Great (RPA); Op-Doc: "I'm So Terribly Excited" for Bike-Share (NYT)
    • Post Finds Anti-Bike-Share Ally: Firefighters' Union Chief Says It's Hard to Drive Around NYC
    • Daily News and DNA Examine Bike-Share and Hasidic W'Burg; WSJ Was on It a Year Ago
    • NYPD Traffic Cop Fears Bike-Share Crashes; Wrongly Says "You Have to Stay in the Bike Lane" (DNA)
    • City Planning Gives MSG 15 More Years, With Loophole (CapNYNews2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Commission Also Green Lights USTA Expansion, Including Two New Parking Garages (DNANews)
    • Slate's Sensible Rules for Bikes and Peds: Despite "Warfare" Language, Little Talk of Dangerous Drivers
    • Dromm, DOT Hail East Elmhurst Slow Zone as Applications Are Due for Next Round (Queens Gazette)
    • NYPD Kicks Off Traffic Enforcement Campaign -- Sober Drivers Need Not Worry (Queens Gazette)
    • DOT Proposes Bike Lanes for Upper Manhattan, But Less Than What CB 12 Asked For (DNA)
    • Work Begins on New Public Plaza in Financial District (DNA)
    • Meet The New Weiner, Same as the Old Weiner (2nd Avenue Sagas)

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