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8:57 AM EDT on July 8, 2013

    • Weiner to Announce Bike Commuter Tax Incentive (NYT); Spitzer Joins Race for City Comptroller (NYT)
    • NYPD Says W'burg Pedestrian Killed by Cop Had Right of Way, Calls Crash an "Accident" (Post, DNA)
    • Speeding Motorist Kills Himself and Injures Two Passengers on Ocean Parkway (News)
    • NYPD and Corrections Officers Arrested for DWI, Hit-and-Run, Pulling Gun (News, Bklyn Paper)
    • Toll-Dodging Motorist Strikes Bridge and Tunnel Officer on Triborough Bridge (Advance)
    • NYPD Issued 25,000 Summonses for Sidewalk Riding in 2012 (Post)
    • There's a Public Hearing Wednesday on DOT's Plan to Calm Fourth Avenue (Bklyn Spoke)
    • Who Is in Charge of the Post Entertainment Section, and Why Won't They Toe the Line on Bike Hate?
    • Sure Enough, Citi Bikes Are Fading Into the Urban Fabric (NYT, Gothamist)
    • Times Readers Respond to the Imaginary Problem of Too Many Bikes in NYC
    • Second Ave. Sagas Suggests a Staten Island Subway Connection
    • Stay Classy, James Molinaro (Advance)

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