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9:00 AM EDT on August 9, 2012

    • Cuomo Gets Pataki to Endorse His Tappan Zee Death Spiral Plan (Lohud)
    • Read This, Then Try to Imagine the Daily News Exposé on Cars Going 28 MPH in Central Park
    • Bike Haters of the Daily News Opinion Page Still Don't Admit That Bike-on-Ped Injuries Are Dropping
    • Chicago Puts Off Bike-Share Launch Until Next Year (WSJNYT)
    • The News Ought to Consider That NYC Bike-Share Planners May Still Be Weighing Options
    • Drunk Jeep Driver Crashes Into Garbage Truck, Killing Passenger (News)
    • If the Q Is the Best Subway Line, What Does That Say About the Rest of Them? (Bklyn Paper)
    • But Don't Forget: Trains Are Waaaay Better Now Than They Were 30 Years Ago (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Locals Think $150 Million Bridge to City Island in the Bronx Is Total Overkill (Post)
    • Cyclists and Pedestrians, Living Together Again in City Hall Park (DNA)

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