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Today’s Headlines

8:58 AM EDT on August 29, 2013

    • De Blasio Opens Up Big Lead in New Q Poll (NYT)
    • Errol Louis: Criminal Charges for Reckless Drivers "Extreme," But NYPD Needs to Staff Up CIS (News)
    • Times Summarizes Where Mayoral Candidates Stand on Bikes, Subways, and Outer-Borough Taxis
    • Daily News Goes on a Bike-Share Ride with Adolfo Carrión: "It Is a Bit Dangerous, Of Course"
    • Former Koch Transportation Commissioner Ross Sandler Chairs Newly-Revived City Club (NYT)
    • 2nd Avenue Sagas: "This Group Is Going After the Fund Designed to Boost Transit Capacity"
    • Brooklyn Paper Covers State DOT's Decision to Support Ocean Parkway Pedestrian Safety Improvements
    • In the Bronx, a Gruesome Case of Using a Car as a Murder Weapon (DNAWSJ)
    • Speeding Driver With Suspended License Punches Cop at Canarsie Traffic Stop (Bklyn Daily)
    • Injured Queens HS Student Sues DOE for Hiring Reckless Bus Company, Failing to Stop Driver (Gazette)
    • Nadler Wants City to Limit Number of "Intrusive" Double-Decker Tour Buses (NYT)

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