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8:59 AM EST on January 14, 2014

    • De Blasio Responds to Pedestrian Fatalities, Promises Action (News)
    • Arthur Chi'en Stays on Top of the Traffic Justice Beat (WPIX 1, 2)
    • Two Police Vehicles Crash in Harlem, Resulting in Minor Injuries (News)
    • Driver Accelerates, Pins and Injures Man -- Inside Brooklyn Car Dealership (News)
    • Dirt Bikers Take Over Washington Heights Street to Pop Wheelies (Gothamist, Post, News)
    • Transportation Alternatives Uses PSA From New Zealand to Educate NYC Drivers (News 12)
    • Carlucci's Tax Break for Drivers: Turns Out NY Toll Burden Isn't Even That High (MTR)
    • De Blasio's Vision Zero Goal Must Be Achieved in the Shadow of Robert Moses (IVM)
    • Brooklyn Based Offers a Vision Zero "Cheat Sheet" to Introduce Readers to the Issue

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