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8:53 AM EDT on August 5, 2014

    • Which NYC Streets Won't Get the Default 25 MPH Speed Limit? (News)
    • More Coverage of New 25 MPH Arterial Streets (DNA 12, 3Post)
    • Lawsuit: NYPD Dispersed Witnesses After Officer Ran Over and Killed Ryo Oyamada (Gothamist)
    • Painting the Street to Remember Lives Lost to Traffic Violence (NYT, Right of Way)
    • Kate Hinds Discusses the State of Citi Bike on WNYC
    • Who Would Have Left in Albany in Cuffs If Cuomo Hadn't Disbanded Moreland Commission? (Post)
    • Two Injured When Drivers Collide at 10th Avenue and 38th Street (DNA)
    • DOT Bringing Safer Pedestrian Crossings and New Plaza Space Near Douglaston LIRR (QChron)
    • New M100 Bus Stop Dumps Passengers Off Into a Traffic Lane (DNA)
    • TransAlt Talks to 78th Precinct Community Council Prez Wayne Bailey (BikeNYC)
    • Coming Soon: One Less Parking Lot in the Theater District (Crain's)

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