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    • Capital NY Looks at the Tenure of Janette Sadik-Khan and How Her Legacy May Fare Under de Blasio
    • Some Police Officials Moan in the Post About Having to Be Accountable for Reducing Traffic Violence
    • 78th Precinct's Crackdown on Dangerous Drivers Gets Positive Press in Park Slope StoopBklyn Paper
    • Kang Chun Wong, 84-Year-Old Bloodied by NYPD After Jaywalking, Files $5 Million Lawsuit (News)
    • Meanwhile, DC Begins Ticketing Failure to Yield (and More) Using Automated Cameras (WaPo)
    • DOT Adds Signage, Crossing Time at Sites of UWS Deaths; Will Unveil Plans Thursday (Spectator)
    • Gertrude Schnabel, 84, Had Leg Amputated After Bus Driver Hit Her on Queens Blvd This Month (DNA)
    • Driver Smashes Into SI Hardware Store; Driver Taken to Hospital with Minor Injuries (Advance)
    • Gothamist and Brownstoner Look at Recent Efforts to Advance Vision Zero
    • Elected Officials Call for More Money to Fund Buses in Northeast Queens (WCBS, Patch)
    • Untangling the Messy Tangle of Turf Battles That Divides NY's Regional Rail Systems (CapNY)

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