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8:59 AM EDT on August 6, 2013

    • Gelinas: Which Mayoral Candidates "Get It" on Livable Streets? (City & State)
    • Queens Woman, Accused of Killing Husband with SUV, Charged With Second-Degree Murder (Post)
    • Weiner Really Likes Bike-Share, But Still Wants To "Rip Out Your F*cking Bike Lanes" (WNYC)
    • Daily News Finds Reluctance to Put People's Safety Over Moving Traffic on Queens Boulevard
    • E-Hail Having Tiny Impact on Taxi Industry, Mostly Off-Hours and in Outer Boroughs (NYTWSJ)
    • "I Love Bicycles," Says Jim Walden, Repeating PPW Process Lies (American Lawyer via Bklyn Spoke)
    • Times Union Columnist: Still More Questions Than Answers on How Cuomo Will Pay for Tappan Zee
    • Couldn't Make It to Voice Tunnel at Summer Streets? WNYC and Animal Have Got You Covered
    • Bike Rental Companies Aren't Going Out of Business All Over Town Due to Bike-Share (WNYC)
    • 676-Acre S.I. West Shore Site, Once Planned for NASCAR, Sold for Development (Advance)
    • Overnight GWB Road Work to Leave One Upper Level Lane Open in Each Direction for Next Year (DNA)

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