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8:58 AM EST on January 17, 2014

    • 6-Year-Old Hit by School Bus Driver in Parkchester Gets Attention of City Hall Press Corps (WABC, NY1)
    • Brian Lehrer, Errol Louis, NY1 Viewers Discuss Implications of Vision Zero (WNYC, NY1 1, 2)
    • Vision Zero Coverage Everywhere: The Nation, Atlantic Cities, Ditmas Park Corner, Bklyn Paper
    • City's 20 Speed Cameras Issued 12,000 Warnings in Four Months (NY Mag)
    • Marty Golden: 20 MPH Speed Limit Bill "Would Be a Disaster" (Daily Politics)
    • More Coverage of UWS Vigil for Traffic Violence Victims: Gothamist, WCBS, DNA, NY1, West Side Rag
    • City Subsidies for Yankees Soccer Stadium Were Not Popular at Community Forum (News, Bronx Times)
    • DOT Withdraws Plan to Replace City Island Bridge After CB 10 Raises Objections (News, NY1)
    • Advocates Push for Conversion of Abandoned Parkway in Queens to Multi-Use Path (Brownstoner)
    • Luxury Tower Proposes Curb Cut, Circular Driveway on 58th Street (Curbed)
    • In a Jam? Chris Christie Hires PPW Foe Randy Mastro (NYT)
    • On Long Island, Think Tank Hosts Competition to Rethink the Parking Lot (WCBS)

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