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8:56 AM EST on January 27, 2014

    • NYT Profiles the Grief and Activism of Cohen-Eckstein Family
    • James Benedict, 67, Killed in Front of Family by Allegedly Drunk Driver on Capodanno Blvd (Advance)
    • Cabbie Jumps Curb at 86th Street and Third Avenue, Seriously Injuring Three Pedestrians (Post, News)
    • Families and Victims of Traffic Violence Hold Vigil for Ella Bandes (WPIX, News 12Weekly Nabe)
    • Times Writes Moving Obituaries for Traffic Violence Victims Pedro Santiago and Alex Shear
    • Gelinas: "Jaywalking" Crackdown a Bad Idea When It's Law-Abiding Pedestrians at Risk (City Journal)
    • Clinton Hill Parents Can't Wait for 20 mph Slow Zone, Set for CB 2 Vote Next Month (Bklyn Paper)
    • Opening of 7 Train Extension Delayed Until Later in 2014 (Post, 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Mounting Delays Raise Big Questions About MTA's Capital Construction (2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • 78th Precinct's Bike Lane Snow Shoveling Gets Attention of Daily News and Commissioner Bratton

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