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8:53 AM EDT on May 11, 2015

    • Republicans From Syracuse Burbs and Long Island Jockey to Replace Skelos as Senate Leader (Capital)
    • Toll Reform Supporter Mark Weprin Leaves City Council to Serve as Cuomo Legislative Liaison (News)
    • Driver Kills Elderly Woman Crossing Fourth Avenue in Brooklyn (News, Post)
    • Turning Cab Driver Kills Amelia Sterental, 76, in Upper East Side Crosswalk (Post 1, 2)
    • The Number of NYC's Police Athletic League Play Streets Has Plummeted by Two-Thirds (NYT)
    • It Takes Longer Than You Might Think to Turn a Wide Sidewalk Into a Public Plaza (DNA)
    • Gelinas: De Blasio Should Pitch in More for MTA Capital Program (Post)
    • Alex Marshall Makes the Case for Subsidizing Citi Bike to Keep Prices Low (News)
    • Move NY Pitches Uber on Toll Reform (Crain's)
    • The Most Googled Questions About the NYC Subway (AMNY)

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