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8:58 AM EST on January 24, 2014

    • NYPD Has Issued Five Times as Many Jaywalking Tickets as It Had by This Time Last Year (WSJ)
    • Gridlock Sam Links Vision Zero to Reducing Congestion With Fair Toll Scheme (WNYC via CapNY)
    • WNYC Looks Through the Windshield at One of the Riskiest Driver Maneuvers for Pedestrians
    • Funeral Held for Angela Hurtado, Killed by Unlicensed Driver in Maspeth (TL, Forum)
    • Second Avenue Sagas Is More Upset by Cuomo's Flat Payroll Tax Replacement Than Continued Raids
    • East Side Access Delays and Overruns, First Mentioned Earlier This Month, Could Go Past 2020 (WSJ)
    • Assembly Member Proposes Bill Banning NYC Overnight Parking for Cars Registered Out-of-State (TL)
    • Brewer Lays Out Plan to Staff Up Community Boards With Data Gurus (World)
    • Here's How the City Made a Map of Pedestrian Activity Across the Five Boros (Placemeter via Next City)
    • The Plaza Hotel Continues Epic Struggle Against Citi Bike Racks Across the Street (AMNY)

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