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8:59 AM EDT on July 31, 2012

    • Killing a Person While Driving Drunk Ruled Legal in New York State (Post)
    • Cyclist Struck and Hospitalized by Cab Driver in East Harlem; NYPD Not Investigating (DNA)
    • SUV Driver Runs Over Woman at Parkchester Bus Stop; Victim Critical; No Charges (PIX, ABC, Post)
    • 94th Precinct Commanding Officer Talks to DNAinfo About Williamsburg Bike Thefts
    • Brooklyn Cyclist Who Had Jaw Broken by Cop Settles With City (Gothamist)
    • DOT Denies Post Tip That Bike-Share May Be Delayed Until Spring 2013
    • Google Maps to Include Planned Subway Service Interruptions (Transpo Nation)
    • New Pedestrian Street Maps Installed in Long Island City (DNA)
    • Locals Fear Traffic From Proposed Brooklyn Bridge Park Velodrome (NYT)
    • Hungry Bear Now the Unofficial Mascot for "Distracted Walking" Reportage (AP)

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