Today’s Headlines

  • NYT Profiles the Grief and Activism of Cohen-Eckstein Family
  • James Benedict, 67, Killed in Front of Family by Allegedly Drunk Driver on Capodanno Blvd (Advance)
  • Cabbie Jumps Curb at 86th Street and Third Avenue, Seriously Injuring Three Pedestrians (Post, News)
  • Families and Victims of Traffic Violence Hold Vigil for Ella Bandes (WPIX, News 12Weekly Nabe)
  • Times Writes Moving Obituaries for Traffic Violence Victims Pedro Santiago and Alex Shear
  • Gelinas: “Jaywalking” Crackdown a Bad Idea When It’s Law-Abiding Pedestrians at Risk (City Journal)
  • Clinton Hill Parents Can’t Wait for 20 mph Slow Zone, Set for CB 2 Vote Next Month (Bklyn Paper)
  • Opening of 7 Train Extension Delayed Until Later in 2014 (Post, 2nd Avenue Sagas)
  • Mounting Delays Raise Big Questions About MTA’s Capital Construction (2nd Avenue Sagas)
  • 78th Precinct’s Bike Lane Snow Shoveling Gets Attention of Daily News and Commissioner Bratton

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Genielle Laboriel, 21, Killed by Mini-Bus Driver While Skateboarding in Melrose (WCBS, DNA, News) MTA’s 20-Year Capital Needs Assessment Makes Some Big Asks (2nd Avenue Sagas, Next City, Post) De Blasio Brings PPW Opponent Norm Steisel on Board to Help Form Administration (Post) Cy Vance Wants NYPD to Slow Down on Charges Against Motor Bike Attackers […]

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78th Precinct’s Traffic Enforcement Priorities Could Serve as Model for Other Precincts (CapNY) Driver Critically Injures Landal Hoilette, 70, on 11th Avenue; News, Post Emphasize Jaywalking Gothamist, Post, Bronx Times Have More on Man Busted for Drugs After Failing to Yield to Pedestrian Mark Your Calendars: Levin Hosting Meeting on Enforcement of Boerum Hill Slow […]

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Redistricting Deal Would Entrench New York’s Non-Competitive Elections for Years (News) Lincoln Center Blows Off Mounting Pedestrian Injuries on Nearby Streets (DNA) Roger Toussaint, Who Led 2005 Transit Strike, Attacks John Samuelsen’s Bargaining Tactics (WSJ) NYPD to Set Up Four Traffic Checkpoints Around Re-opened WTC Site (DNA) Advocates to Legislature: Budget for Transit on the […]

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NYT Op-Ed Takes on Traffic Violence, Asking Why the “Oops” Defense Is Good Enough for Drivers Eight Subway Lines Set to Get Service Upgrades Starting in June (2nd Avenue Sagas) Maria Montalvo, 66, Killed in Hunts Point Crosswalk by Turning Driver (WPIX, WNBC, News 12) Two Dead in Three-Car Crash on Hutchinson River Parkway (LoHud) Post Breaks […]

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TA’s Noah Budnick Discusses NYPD Failure to Uphold Traffic Laws on Inside City Hall 22-Year-Old Motorcyclist Kills Pedestrian in Midtown; No Charges Filed (AP) NYPD Happy to Step Up Enforcement in Response to Crashes, If It Involves Ticketing Bikes (Bklyn Paper) More Coverage of NYC’s Slowest Buses (NY1, Transpo Nation, DNAinfo, News) Stringer Reportedly Eying […]

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Unidentified Woman Killed by Driver in Hit-and-Run on Highland Boulevard in Jamaica (News) Trucks and How Leading Pedestrian Intervals Can Stop the “Left Turn of Death” (Cap’n Transit) The Media’s Perspective Needs to Change Before There’s Real Progress on Traffic Fatalities (PPS) Environmental Review: Necessary, But in Need of Major Reform (NYT via 2nd Avenue […]