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8:59 AM EDT on August 20, 2013

    • Three Out of Four NYT Debaters Have Ideas That Make Sense for NYC Transportation
    • Seven Injured After Taxi Driver and Police Collide at Spring and Broadway (Post)
    • Man in Critical Condition After Tractor-Trailer Driver Hits Him on West Shore Expressway (Advance)
    • TPL Unveils QueensWay Planning Team: WXY and dlandstudio (News)
    • NJ Transit Disregarded Its Own Storm Plan During Sandy Prep (WNYC 1, 2, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • New Yorker: Bloomberg Commissioned Poll to Get Ray Kelly to Run for Mayor (Post, News, CapNY)
    • Renderings Show Vanderbilt Avenue Plaza in East Midtown Rezoning Plan (Untapped Cities)
    • High School Students Create "Green Wall" in Downtown Brooklyn Plaza (DNA)
    • Downtown Brooklyn Street Vendor Claims He's Getting Pushed Out By Street Furniture (WCBS)
    • Hell's Kitchen Co-Op Wants Street Seating Removed After Street People Take Up Residence (DNA)
    • How Hamburg, NY, Bucked a State DOT Plan to Widen Main Street -- and Flourished (NYT)

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