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9:00 AM EDT on August 4, 2015

    • Gelinas: Skepticism Over Boston's Olympic Mega-Projects Holds Lessons for NY (Post)
    • Tri-State Has Photos of New Pedestrian Plaza Coming to 33rd Street (MTR)
    • Bed-Stuy Restoration Corp Talks About Its Work With Bike-Share (Our Time Press)
    • East River Storm Protection Plan Could Involve Less-Horrible FDR Drive Crossings (Lo-Down)
    • Park Slope Fifth Ave BID to Count Pedestrians With New Sensors (DNA)
    • Two NYPD Officers Injured in Belt Parkway Collision (WPIX)
    • Woman's Leg Injured After Her Car Rolls Away From Her, Into Home (Advance, DNA)
    • Unlicensed Driver Indicted in Crash That Killed Passenger (Advance)
    • Driver Who Smashed Nostrand Storefront Blames It On Mysterious Bicyclist (Sheepshead Bites)
    • Midtown Road Rage Driver Smashes Window of Vehicle After Dispute Over Merging (News)
    • BP Adams Devotes Cash to Park Along Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway (DNA)

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