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8:54 AM EDT on August 7, 2014

    • No Drugs? No Charges From Vance So Far for Bus Driver Who Injured 15 in Times Square (News, Post)
    • Tour Bus Driver Accelerated Before Crash (WSJ), Has History of License Suspensions (Post, NewsNYT)
    • Get to Know the Man Who Wants to "Proliferate Bike-Sharing Around the World" (WSJ)
    • It's Official: Cuomo Admin to Use Clean Water Funds to Keep Highway Bridge Tolls Low (CapNY)
    • Espaillat: NYC Should Be Able to Place Speed Cameras Wherever They're Needed (AMNY)
    • 5 Years Into Federal High Speed Rail Program, the Times Is Getting Impatient
    • Ex-NYPD Officer Pleads Guilty to Fatal Hit-and-Run on Hempstead Turnpike (Newsday via Gothamist)
    • Lower Speed Limits Coming to Brooklyn's Deadly Flatbush Avenue (Bklyn Paper)
    • Cap'n Transit Nominates Newark's McCarter Highway for Removal
    • DNA Maps the Breeziest Summer Bike Routes
    • Oh, People Who Don't Drive, You Helpless Eccentrics (NYT)

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