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8:59 AM EDT on August 15, 2014

    • Tom Vanderbilt: Street Design Cues Slow Down Drivers, and NYC Needs More (NYT)
    • Classy: Chris Christie Trolls NJ Transit Rider Sitting on Delayed Train (WNYC)
    • It's Not a Casino, But @NYGovCuomo Still Psyched About the New Suburban Mall in Baychester
    • The Post Profiles Irving Schachter
    • WNYC Kind of Acknowledges That Drivers Block Bike Lanes, But Doesn't Report On It
    • "Vicious Cycle" Redux: Bike Ticket Blitz Rouses the Post to Comment on Street Safety (@BrooklynSpoke)
    • Sticking Up for Ticketed Drivers Is the Tabloids' Idea of Traffic Justice (News)
    • Hoylman Wants Bus Crash Records Made Public (DNA)
    • Disconnected Bike-Ped Trail Gets Inwoodites Closer to the Hudson, But Not Downtown (NYT)
    • A Brooklyn Landlord Is Giving Fixies to Tenants (DNA)
    • Pedestrians Aren't Safe From This Narcissist, Even When Parked (NYT)

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