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    • Justin Davidson: New Yorkers Should Hold de Blasio Accountable for Pedestrian Fatalities (NY Mag)
    • State's Top Court Dismisses Suit Against MTA's Payroll Mobility Tax (Newsday, 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • AMNY Calls on de Blasio to Take Action Now on Making Vision Zero Reality
    • "It's Time for New York City to Get Serious About Making our Streets Safe" (HuffPo)
    • Park Slope Hopes for Improvements to Fourth Avenue Walkability in de Blasio Administration (DNA)
    • Gothamist Picks Up Video Showing Reckless Drivers at Site of NYC's First Pedestrian Fatality of 2014
    • Alleged Drunk Driver Who Killed Bronx Mother Already Had License Revoked in June for DWI (News)
    • Times-Union Covers Advocates' Call on Cuomo to Put Money Behind Complete Streets Commitment
    • Preliminary NTSB Report "Does Not Draw Conclusions About What Caused" MNR Crash (WABC, WCBS)
    • In Queens, a Street With Three Names -- Or Perhaps None at All (Brownstoner Queens)
    • Blaming Your Parking Ticket on Thin Muni-Meter Receipt Paper? Dov Hikind Is On It (WCBS)

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