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    • Cuomo Signs City Speed Limit Bill (CBS, News, Gothamist)
    • Cy Vance's Embarrassing @BicycleLobby Subpoena Is National News (NYT, Politico, Gizmodo)
    • Hard to Say If the Post Still Doesn't Get It or Is Being Daft, But They Got to Use "Backpedal"
    • Driver Charged With Manslaughter for Hit-and-Run Death of Midtown Pedestrian (News)
    • NYPD Blows Off Pedestrian Strike, But at Least the Victim Got a Nice Card (NYT)
    • Sightseeing Buses Aren't Required to Report Crashes to City (AP)
    • MTA Testing Devices to Reduce Subway Track Deaths (News)
    • Drivers Overcharged at Yankee Stadium Garages, Restraining Selves From Physical Violence (Post)
    • Big-Time NASCAR Driver Runs Over and Kills Competitor in Confrontation on Upstate Track (NYTAP)
    • The Times Checks Out the Summer Streets Undersea Audio Installation
    • Is Bike-Share a Stain on Bloomberg's Legacy? Ginia Bellafante Thinks So (NYT)

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