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8:58 AM EDT on July 8, 2011

    • Queens Driver Critically Injures 92-Year-Old While Backing Up For Parking (ABC)
    • Under Tix Fix Scrutiny, Bronx Cops Give Out Few Moving Violations (News)
    • Marcia Kramer: Second Avenue Bike Lane Is Terrorist Threat (CBS 2)
    • Brooklyn Bridge Park Access Plan Wins Unanimous CB 6 Committee Vote (Bklyn Paper)
    • Komanoff: Police Must Release Crash Reports (Villager)
    • Borough Taxi Plan Needs Additional Assembly Vote in Fall to Become Law (Transpo Nation)
    • Even ESDC Can't Get NYPD To Crack Down on Placard Abuse Near Atlantic Yards (News)
    • Manhattan Has Nation's Priciest Parking Garages, But Cheap Internationally (Crain's)
    • New Subway Line Maps Tested Out on 4, 5, R Lines (City Room)
    • Meet Virginia Cedeno, a Rare Female Taxi Driver (NYT)
    • Should New York Switch To Full Closures For Highway Repairs? (NYT)

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