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8:58 AM EDT on August 3, 2010

    • Gulf Oil Spill the Worst Ever (NYT); Post: So What?
    • Two Kids on Bikes Have Been Killed in Separate Collisions Since Last Week (Post)
    • The Proof Is in the (Lack of) Speeding: PPW Bike Lane Has Tamed Traffic (Bklyn Paper)
    • DOT Has Officially Converted Most Defunct Bus Stops to Parking (Post)
    • Gelinas: Walder Should Be Asking Labor to Make Bigger Sacrifices (Post)
    • MTA Predicts 16 Million Fewer Transit Trips in the Year After Fare Hike (News)
    • Will 1.1 Billion People Like This? India Crowdsources Traffic Enforcement to Facebook Vigilantes (NYT)
    • Stringer, Rosenthal Call on DOT to Tackle Safety Nightmare at B'way and Amsterdam (City Room, NY1)
    • Hundreds of Cabbies and Livery Drivers Are Going to TLC Finishing School (AMNY)
    • How Hollywood Humiliates the Car-Free (Slate)

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