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9:05 AM EST on February 20, 2012

    • Rising Gas Prices Trigger GOP Drill-Baby-Drill Demagoguery (NYT)
    • NBBL Forced NYC to Spend $140,000 in Taxpayer Funds Defending a Safer Street in Court (Bklyn Paper)
    • So This Is What It Takes for Police to Charge a Driver With Reckless Endangerment (Post)
    • Six Injured in Two-Car Crash in Harlem Yesterday (DNA)
    • In Eastern Queens, Community Board 13 Wants DOT to Install 20 MPH Zones (QChron)
    • See What the Hugely Expensive Fulton Transit Center Will Look Like (DNA)
    • SF Will Equip All of Its Buses With Bus Lane Enforcement Cams By Next Year (Atlantic Cities)
    • British Bus Driver Gets 17 Months for Deliberately Ramming, Injuring Cyclist (MSNBC)
    • Driver and Passenger Critical After Smashing Into "Pillar" on Jerome Ave (DNA)
    • Street Furniture Innovation of the Year: The Phone Booth Library (Gothamist)

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