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8:59 AM EDT on August 7, 2012

    • NYU Study: Alt-Side Parking Rules Increase Driving (WSJ)
    • Hit-and-Run Van Driver Critically Injures Cyclist on Flatbush Ave (PostGothamist)
    • BMW Driver Arrested After Slamming Into Man in Sunset Park (Post)
    • Felix Salmon: Following Traffic Signals on a Bike Is Pretty Cut-and-Dried
    • Brooklyn Bike Thieves Have No Shame (Bklyn Paper)
    • Prediction: This Subway Etiquette Problem Will Never Be Solved (NY1)
    • More Coverage in Gothamist of TA's Report on NYPD Failure to Uphold Traffic Laws
    • What NYPD Does While Not Enforcing Traffic Laws: Painting Over Anti-NYPD Murals (DNA)
    • What, No Landmarks Review for This Historic Change to Inwood Curb Lane? (DNA, News)
    • Got a Bridge? Andrew Cuomo Is Happy to Widen It (Buffalo News)

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