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8:56 AM EST on January 3, 2012

    • NYC Pedestrian Fatalities Fell to All-Time Low in 2011; Traffic Still Caused 237 Deaths (NY1, WNYC)
    • Drivers Killed 21 Cyclists Last Year (DNA)
    • Hours Into the New Year, Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Pedestrian in East Flatbush (ABC)
    • And Yet, James Vacca's 2012 Agenda Is All About Bike Enforcement (Post)
    • Transit Starver Andrew Cuomo Will Tout Job Creation + "Roads and Bridges" in 2012 Address (News)
    • Arbitrators Rule That MTA Can't Afford Raises for LI Bus Workers (News)
    • The Pieces Are Falling Into Place for a Continuous East Side Greenway (NYT)
    • Will a New Fence Protect Cyclists From Brick-Throwers on Navy Street? (Bklyn Paper)
    • Imagine If Death-By-Truck Sparked as Much Outrage as 19th Century Death-By-Freight-Rail (NYT)
    • Eastern Queens Sidewalks in Crappy Condition; Tony Avella Blames Bike Lanes (News)
    • Greg Mocker and Jimmy Van Bramer Need to Read Some Donald Shoup (PIX via @capntransit)
    • Steve Cuozzo Ends 2011 on a Crazy Note (Post, Gothamist)

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