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8:57 AM EDT on May 12, 2014

    • Woodhaven SBS Could Feature Physically-Separated Bus Lanes (News via 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Man Working in Street at Gowanus Auto Body Shop (News, DNA, NY1)
    • Two Hit-and-Run Drivers Kill Cyclist on Rockaway Blvd in Ozone Park (News, WNBC, WPIX)
    • U-Turning Livery Driver Injures Child on Sidewalk, Smashes Barber Shop (News, Gothamist, News 12)
    • Blocks Away, Driver Flips Car, Injures Six, Flees, Gets Arrested (Post, NewsWCBS, WABC, News 12)
    • Confused Flushing Merchants Complain About Traffic, Ask for More Free Curbside Parking (TL)
    • Paul Vallone Bill Would Require DOT to Post "No Trucks" Signs on Some Streets (Queens Gazette)
    • Citing WTC PATH and Non-Transportation Projects, News Offers Its Own Port Authority Reforms
    • No One's Proposing It, But Lanza and Titone Intro Bill to Prohibit Tolls on SI Expressway (Advance)
    • Even Albany Has to Go to Albany for Red Light Cams (TU 1, 2) and Parking Permit Renewal (TU)
    • Obama's NY Visit Will Highlight Tappan Zee Bridge on Wednesday (LoHud)

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