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Today’s Headlines

8:59 AM EDT on August 20, 2009

    • Bloomberg: Bike-Share "Ideal" for NYC (Post)
    • Motorist Assaults Cyclist for Using Bike Lane on Capodanno Blvd (Advance, Gothamist, Examiner)
    • SI Pols Respond With Request for More Driver/Cyclist Education (Advance)
    • 181st St. Ceiling Collapse Causing Turmoil on Other Subway Lines and Bus Routes (AMNY)
    • More Than a Dozen Other Stations Have Severe Water Leakage Problems (Post)
    • Missing From Bloomberg's Transit Plan: More City Funding for Transit (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Queens Judge Gives DWI Killer Three and a Half Years for Taking the Lives of Two Women (Post)
    • Anti-Tunnel, Pro-Surface Transit Stance Pays Off for Seattle Mayoral Challenger (NYT)
    • Sunday Is Your Last Chance to Enjoy Summer Streets Events in Western Queens (Queens Gazette)
    • Lou Piniella Warned For Jaywalking, Declines to Scuffle With Cop (HuffPo)

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