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8:59 AM EDT on August 20, 2012

    • DOT Sustainable Streets Index: No Change in NYC Traffic Volume From 2010 to 2011 (WSJ)
    • Cuomo Signs Bill to Regulate Inter-City Buses (TransNat, DNA)
    • Judge Blocks Livery Hail Plan; City to Appeal (TransNat)
    • Fewer NYers Hurt and Killed in Traffic Too "Radical" for Mayoral Wannabe Bill de Blasio (Post)
    • NYPD Tickets Cyclists for Running Reds in Prospect Park; the Daily News Traffic Truth Squad Is There
    • News Reporter Teams Still Staking Out Emergency Rooms for Injured Bike Crash Victims
    • City Prepares to Deploy Enforcement Unit to Crack Down on Delivery Cyclists (DNA)
    • NYPD Investigating Death of Harlem Dirt Biker Rammed by Cruiser (DNA)
    • Detective Arrested for DWI in Washington Heights Says He's a Victim of NYPD Profiling (News)
    • Why Aren't Transportation Advocates Enraged Over Citi Bike Delay? (CapNY)

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