Today’s Headlines

  • Is Cuomo Capable of the Essential But Unflashy Task of Getting Subways to Run on Time? (NYT)
  • Myron Magnet’s Muttonchops Quiver With Rage About Bike Lanes — NYC Must Be Doing Something Right (WSJ)
  • Hank Sheinkopf: Thousands of New Parking Placards “an Election Year Gift to Interest Groups” (Post)
  • Police Responding to Call Seriously Injure Cyclist in East Williamsburg, Blame Victim (News, DNA)
  • Nicole Gelinas Has Some Ideas for Handling Penn Station’s Track Shrinkage This Summer (Post)
  • Hmm… State Senator Todd Kaminsky Calls for New Layer of Bureaucracy to Manage Penn (News)
  • DOT Will Stripe a Bike Lane on Classon Avenue, Where Lauren Davis Was Struck and Killed (Bklyn Paper)
  • Here’s Why Second Avenue Subway Stations Sound Better Than the Rest of the System (WNYC)
  • Maybe Buttons Will Persuade More Straphangers to Courteously Give Up Their Seats (Post, NYT, AMNY)
  • If You Lock Your Bike in Forest Hills or Rego Park, It’s Time to Brush Up With Hal (DNA)
  • Tensions Rise When Traffic Peaks on the Hudson River Greenway (Gothamist)

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