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8:57 AM EDT on August 14, 2012

    • Naparstek: It's Time to Stop Calling Vehicular Manslaughter an "Accident" (Reclaim)
    • Driver Plows Into Irish Hunger Memorial in Battery Park City (DNA)
    • Vallone Requests Queens Blvd Emergency Lane Markings, Takes Swipe at Ped Safety Measures (Post)
    • Would Bill Bratton Tackle Traffic Crime in His Second Go-Round as Police Commish? (WSJ)
    • Ed Glaeser: The Way We Manage Traffic and Parking in This Town Is Nuts (Bloomberg)
    • See, the Ped-Friendly Times Square Still Has "Grit" (NYT)
    • Judge: Too Soon for Giants and Jets to Sue "American Dream" Mega-Mall Over Traffic Impact (MTR)
    • Brooklyn Spoke Suggests DOT Take a Page From the Frank Luntz School of Messaging
    • What Are NYC's Least Necessary Subway Stations? (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • The Dream Team -- They Ride Transit Just Like Us (New Yorker)

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