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    • NYC Pedestrians Are Safe From School Bus Drivers Today (AP, Post)
    • Columbia Study: Investments in Safer Streets Means Fewer Kids Hit by Motorists (BabyCenter, Reuters)
    • Q Poll: Vast Majority of Voters Don't Really Know Who Joe Lhota Is (NYT)
    • Critically Injured Cyclist Julian Valencia Works Construction and Builds Bikes (Gothamist)
    • CB-Vetted Crown Heights Bike Corral Becomes Object of Gentrification Anxiety (Patch, Bklyn Spoke)
    • City Asks for Dismissal of Lawsuit Over New Sidewalk on Pelham Parkway South (DNA)
    • Lax NYPD Enforcement Puts Locals at Risk From Truck Drivers in East Williamsburg (DNA)
    • DNA Covers Push for Safety Fixes to Deadly Sunnyside Intersection
    • Proposed Queens Soccer Stadium May Have Competition in Nassau County (CapNY)
    • Ray Kelly's NYPD: 19 Cops for Traffic Deaths, GPS and Nano Tech for Pain Pills (NYTNews)

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