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8:56 AM EDT on August 5, 2013

    • Gelinas: To Save Lives, Next Mayor Must Prioritize Safer Streets (Post)
    • NYPD: Queens Hit-and-Run Victim Jose Pedilla-Argueta Dumped From Motorist's Vehicle (News 12)
    • Queens Man Dead After Wife Crashes as He Clung to Hood of SUV (Post)
    • R Train Tunnel Between Manhattan and Brooklyn Shut for Sandy Repairs (NYT 12)
    • Yaro: One Way or Another, Region Will Pay for Transit Upkeep (CapNY)
    • Alleged Distracted Bus Driver in Fatal New Jersey Crash Works for MTA (News)
    • Pedestrian Safety Improvements May Be Coming to Staten Island Intersections (Advance)
    • Developer Closes Deal on Chelsea Gas Station (Observer)
    • Times Ledger Hands Megaphone to Speed Cam Conspiracy Theorist
    • Manhattan Bike Shop Owner Wants In On the Rental Business (DNA)
    • Slow News Day at the Brooklyn Paper

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