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8:59 AM EDT on August 22, 2011

    • City's 150 Red Light Cams Recorded Over a Million Violations in 2010 (News)
    • Port Authority Approves Toll and Fare Hikes (Crain's, NY1)
    • Feds Say East Side Access, Second Ave Subway Won't Open Until 2018 (SAS)
    • NBBL Threatens Second Lawsuit, Succeeds in Getting Brooklyn Paper to Write About It
    • Did Illegal Parking Contribute to the Crash That Killed Jeffrey Axelrod? (Benepe's Bike Blog)
    • The Daily News: Keeping Bike Hate Alive
    • New Converted Parking Meter Racks Appear on Columbus Ave (West Side Rag)
    • NYPD Chase Ends With Flushing Pedestrian in Hospital (News)
    • Driver Slams Into Port Richmond Hair Salon, Injuring Four (NY1)
    • Three Members of Manhattan Family Killed in North Carolina Crash (News)

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