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8:54 AM EDT on August 7, 2013

    • Street Safety: No Longer an Afterthought for NYC Mayoral Candidates? (WSJ)
    • Study Commissioned by Lappin and Garodnick Calls for More East Side Park Space (WSJ)
    • Street Safety Came Up at AARP Mayoral Forum Where Weiner Did Something Dumb (CapNY)
    • Speeding Driver Kills Himself by Crashing Into Parked Cars in East Flatbush (DNA)
    • Four Weeks In, Majority of Electronic Hails Did Not Result in Cab Ride (News)
    • Five N and Q Stations in Queens to Get Train Arrival Announcements (2nd Ave SagasNews)
    • NY1 Coverage of Uninvestigated Williamsbridge Curb-Jump Crash Says Nothing About "Cut Off" Driver
    • EDC Won't Reveal Criteria for Keeping Bay Ridge R Train Ferry (Bklyn Paper)
    • Proofreading Error at the MTA Sign Shop (DNA)
    • Who Says the Tabloids Hate Cyclists? (News, Post)

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