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8:59 AM EDT on July 16, 2012

    • MTA Getting Close to Restoring Some Bus Cuts, Extending G Train Permanently (News)
    • Traffic Nightmare Doesn't Materialize After Lane of Hamilton Bridge Closed for Repairs (NYT)
    • Two Dead in Bronx Hit-And-Runs: Cyclist David Ellis, 18, and Pedestrian Juan Rivera-Quintana, 42 (NYT)
    • City Busts Unlicensed Private Buses Between Chinatown and Flushing (NYT)
    • DOT Inspectors Will Enforce Bike Delivery Rules on the Business End (Transpo Nation)
    • John Sampson Crashes Into Parked Car With Enough Speed to Damage Two Others (CapTon)
    • Nanny on Crutches After Saving 4-Year-Old From Jeep Crashing Into Sidewalk (News)
    • Kerry Kennedy Charged With DUI in Highway Crash, Ambien or Seizure Possibly Involved (Gothamist)
    • For the Post, Even a Stop Sign Is Too Much of an Imposition on Midtown Traffic
    • Times Transpo Beat: Three Articles About How to Get to the Hamptons (1, 2, 3)

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