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8:57 AM EDT on May 9, 2014

    • School Bus Driver Strikes, Kills Woman Crossing 2nd Avenue at 93rd Street (NYT, News, Post, NY1)
    • Malliotakis Says 20 MPH Limit for Manhattan, Not SI: "Speeders Are Going to Speed" (Advance)
    • Women Use Brooklyn Citi Bike Stations Most, While Men Dominate Midtown (WNYC)
    • Decision Time: TLC Commissioner Could Double Boro Taxi Licenses Next Month (CapNY)
    • SI Electeds Push MTA to Restore Low-Ridership Express Bus (Advance, DNA)
    • Second Ave. Sagas Wonders Why SI Electeds Oppose Actual Bus Improvements That Benefit Thousands
    • Rangel Aide Files Suit Against 125th Street SBS, Claiming It Discriminates Against Disabled (DNA)
    • De Blasio Budget Includes $35 Million for East River Esplanade Repairs (News)
    • NYT Profiles Nyack Neighbors Fearful That TZB Bike-Ped Path Will Cut Into Their Property Values
    • City Council's Land Use Director, Navigating ULURP Since 1990, Stepping Down (CapNY)
    • Census: NYC Fourth in US for Walking to Work, Continues to Lag for Bike-to-Work Rates (WNYC)

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