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9:03 AM EDT on June 11, 2009

    • Teen Driver Charged With Multiple Counts for Killing Man at Dyker Heights Bus Stop (News)
    • The Times and the Post Have More on Yesterday's Pedicab Crash in Brooklyn
    • MTA's Automated Train Tech Isn't Ready for Prime Time Yet (AMNY, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • NY Mag: Enjoy the New Times Square While It's Still Weird
    • Here's the Backstory on All Those 'Controversial' Broadway Lounge Chairs (NYT)
    • Bklyn Paper Presses Mike McMahon to Justify the House's Ridiculous Cash for Clunkers Bill
    • NYC Cabbies Voted World's Worst Taxi Drivers (Wheels)
    • Tom Vanderbilt Has More Safety in Numbers Stats (How We Drive)
    • Oregon Ban on Cell Phone Use While Driving Stuck in Committee (BikePortland via
    • Horn Honking Not Constitutionally Protected Speech, Rules State Appeals Court (Seattle Times)

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