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8:54 AM EDT on May 24, 2013

    • They're Not Against Bikes: Bike-Share Fob the Hot Accessory for Mayoral Field (News)
    • Weiner Refuses to Say He Would Add Bike Infrastructure, Clings to "Heavy Handed" Crapola (TransNat)
    • TransNat Solicits Advice for Novice Citi Bike Users
    • John DeRosa, 70: "This Is a Damn Good Idea. I'll Ride That Sucker, No Problem." (WNYC via TSTC)
    • Post Exclusive: Car Towed From Free Parking Spot; Post Reader Gets Excited Imagining Dead Tourists
    • More Coverage of Sheridan Expressway Plan From Tri-State and DNA
    • Taxi Medallion Owner Says City Probe a Product of Bloomberg Vendetta (NYT)
    • Speeding Motorcyclist Blows Light, Crashes Into Bus on 34th Street (DNA, Post)
    • Imagine If the City Planted a Pole in the Middle of a Street and Abandoned It for Months (NYT)
    • NIMBYs Just Have No Chance Against Brooklyn Spoke

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