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9:07 AM EDT on August 9, 2010

    • Why the Lack of a Transpo Bill Threatens Transit More Than Highways (Citiwire)
    • Corrections Department Driver on Boulevard of Death Claims Life of Robert Borchers, 76 (Post)
    • Another NYPD Officer Busted for DWI (News)
    • City Starts Using Bus Lane Cams to Ticket Cabbies (AMNY)
    • Finally! The SF Bike Injunction Has Been Lifted (Streetsblog SF
    • Summer Streets 2010: The Press Loves Dumpster Pools (Post)
    • Will Union Street Bus Riders Switch to Commuter Vans? (Bklyn Paper)
    • Student Drivers in NYC: Terrifying (NYT 1, 2)
    • Drunk Biking: Inadvisable (City Room)
    • You Can Retrieve a Stolen Bike If You're Lucky, But Can NYPD Nab the Thief? (Post)
    • Coming to Terms With the Metrocard Phaseout -- in 3 or 4 Years (NY1)
    • Anchorage Pols Might Pass One of the Dumbest Traffic Laws Ever (Bike Anchorage)

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