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8:59 AM EDT on July 12, 2012

    • Cyclists Crash After Vandal Scatters Tacks in Central Park; NYPD: So What? (Post)
    • Bloomberg to Motorhead Media: "If We Listen to You, We'd Never Do Anything Ever Again." (Capital)
    • Taxi and Limousine Commission Expected to Approve Fare Hike Today (NY1)
    • Cuomo Administration Can't Decide Whether or Not Tappan Zee Is Safe to Drive On (MTR)
    • Two Off-Duty NYPD Officers Have Been Arrested for DWI Since Sunday (DNA)
    • DUMBO Businesses Working With DOT on Anchorage Place Pedestrian Plaza (Bklyn Paper)
    • Safety-Minded Teens the Bronx Helpers Get Some Love From the Daily News
    • Driver Kills Self by Crashing Into Building in Westchester Square; "No Criminality Suspected" (DNA)
    • Southampton Police Track Phone Signal to Look for Hit-and-Run Killer, But BAC Evidence Lost (Post)
    • @danisimons: Cyclist Deaths Are Given Short Shrift by Cops in the 'Burbs, Too (Nyack News)
    • Terminal Manager Says Shipping Firms Ditching Staten Island Over Bridge Tolls (Advance)
    • NYC DOT Ads Depicting Stressed-Out, Imperiled Cyclists Won't Help Get Women on Bikes (Velojoy)
    • Got Opinions About Transit? The MTA Wants You (Transpo Nation)

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