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8:59 AM EDT on August 4, 2011

    • Police Finally ID Cyclist, Robert Doyle, Slain By Trucker in Williamsburg Tuesday (News)
    • Two More DUI Cases Could Go Belly Up Thanks to Shredded Credibility of Tix Fix Cop (News)
    • Traffic Summonses Down Eight Percent This Year in Wake of Fixing Scandal (NYT)
    • Sight of Cyclists Inducing Frequent Road Rage, Death Threats From Manhattan Motorists (n8han)
    • Can Common Sense Prevail on the Riverside Park 72nd Street Path? (DNAinfo)
    • Three Hurt as Bus Collides With Speeding Taxi on UWS (Post)
    • DOT: NYC Roads in Best Shape Since 2005 (Post)
    • Progress on GWB Bus Terminal Renovation: Garage Shut Down (DNAinfo)
    • MTA Fires Two More Supervisors in Nepotism Case (News)
    • New Study Shows, Again, That Red Light Cams Make Streets Safer (Transpo Nation)
    • The Post's Delivery Technique Matches Its Editorial Voice (Brooklyn Spoke)

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