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8:57 AM EDT on August 13, 2013

    • New Details in Hit-and-Run Death of Manuel Campoverde, 25, in Jackson Heights (NewsWABC)
    • After Seven Years on the Run, Driver Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison for 2005 Hit-and-Run (NewsPost)
    • Ask Lhota About Congestion Pricing; He'll Talk Wi-Fi and Park-and-Ride (CapNY, 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Second-Tier Mayoral Candidate Swears While Talking About Bike Lanes (BuzzFeed)
    • Citi Bike Has Sold 500 Discounted Memberships to NYCHA and Credit Union Members (World)
    • New Disaster Planning Laws Include Requirement for New Traffic Plan by December (NYT)
    • In Upper Manhattan, NYPD Has Been Confiscating Dirt Bikes This Summer (News)
    • Vacant Lot Next to Queens Center Mall to Become a Parking Lot With Restaurants (News, DNA)
    • Low Line Plan Moves Ahead as Officials Request EDC Help, But Funding Remains a Mystery (Observer)
    • New York's Hottest Club Is the Manhattan Bridge Pedestrian Path (WCBS, WNBC, News)
    • DNA Is All Over the Car-Free Summer Excursion Beat, This Time With Tips for the Jersey Shore

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