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    • NYT Takes a Look at the Epidemic of Dangerous Drivers Killing NYC Children
    • Without New Sources of Funding, Citi Bike Expansion Stalled (WNYC)
    • Willie Zachary, 65, Killed in Harlem by Alleged Drunk Driver (WNBC, DNA, Post, WCBS)
    • Vernon Bramble, 47, Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver in Flatlands (WCBS, News)
    • Mbaye Cheikh, 23, Killed by Two Drivers at Canal and Greene Streets (WCBS, WNBC)
    • Four Injured When SUV Driver Crashes Into Fire Truck in Allerton (WCBS)
    • Right of Way Installs "20 Is Plenty" Signs on PPW in Push for Lower Speed Limits (Bklyn Paper, WCBS)
    • DOT Proposes Medians, Curb Extensions for East Tremont Avenue (Bronx Times) and UES (DNA)
    • De Blasio Wants to Tax Vacant Property at Higher Rate to Spur Infill Development (Crain's)
    • DC Police Begin Using Cameras to Enforce Crosswalk and Stop Sign Violations (WNYC)
    • Bklyn Paper Finds Some Park Slope Residents Who Really Don't Want Speed Humps on Their Block
    • A Meditation on the Debilitating Effects of "Car Brain" (NYT)

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