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8:59 AM EDT on August 2, 2012

    • Straphangers: Q Train Ranks 1st, C Brings Up the Rear (WSJ, NYTSAS, TransNat, Post)
    • Cyclist Struck By Cabbie in East Harlem Monday Dies From Wounds (DNA)
    • 9-Year-Old Recalls Horror of Watching Hit-and-Run Driver Take His Father's Life (Post)
    • TA to Campaign for Protected Bike Lanes on Fifth and Sixth Avenues (DNA)
    • Schumer: Connect Brooklyn-Queens Tech Clusters With "Nerd Bus" (Post)
    • Atlantic Terminal Sarcophagi Cost the MTA $1.35M to Install and Tear Out (TransNat)
    • Main Challenge to NYC Dems in 2013 Could Come From... a Member of NYC Dem Establishment (Post)
    • NYT Mag Explores the Second Avenue Subway Tunnel
    • How Can You Find the Right City Bike For You? (DNA)
    • The Legend of the Bike Lane Vigilante Continues to Grow (Bklyn Paper)
    • Plaza Street Bike Lane Goes Green (Bklyn Spoke)

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