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8:59 AM EDT on May 1, 2012

    • Media Paying More Attention to Bronx Highway Tragedy Than Other Traffic Deaths (NYT, NY1, WSJ)
    • Imagine If Every Fatal Crash Prompted This Level of Engineering Analysis From the Daily News
    • AAA Blames Curb of Closed-Off Pedestrian Walkway on the Bronx River Parkway (Post)
    • Cap'n Transit: Put the Highway on a Diet, Save Lives
    • Judge Rejects Suit Seeking to Deny Curbside Access Near Port Authority to Megabus (DNA)
    • 2008 LES Rezoning Impeding Development Near Delancey Street Subway (Crain's)
    • Staten Island Cops Hand Out More Tickets for Tinted Windows Than for Speeding (Advance)
    • 10,000 Cyclists Turn Out in London to Protest Lack of Safe Streets (Times of London)
    • Police Bias Against Cyclists: A National Perspective (Bicycling)
    • Complete Streets Laws All the Rage in Jersey (MTR)

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