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8:59 AM EST on February 12, 2014

    • Turning Driver Kills Margarita Seda, 80, on Grand Street in Williamsburg; No Charges (News, WCBS)
    • Man Driving Stolen Truck Rams MTA Bus on 14th Street, Killing Driver (News, DNA)
    • CapNY Reports From Gale Brewer's Vision Zero Meeting With TA and Manhattan CB Leaders
    • New Federal Enviro Review Exemptions Could Speed Bike-Ped, BRT, Road Widenings (MTR)
    • DOT Proposes Another Round of Safety Tweaks at Car-Clogged Bowery and Delancey (Bowery Boogie)
    • After Bensonhurst Fender-Bender, One Motorist Slashes Another's Face Before Fleeing (Bklyn Paper)
    • Fernando Mateo: "If You Take Someone’s Life Because of Your Carelessness, You Should Pay" (WCBS)
    • Staten Island Speeders Rejoice: DOT Shuts Down Camera After Advance Says It's Outside School Zone
    • UES Waste Facility Opponents Ramp Up Their Pressure on de Blasio (News)
    • Left Your Car Stored on the Street for Days or Weeks? Might as Well Keep It There, WABC Says
    • There Are Lots of Ways to Calculate the Region's Most Dangerous Streets for Pedestrians (Cap'n Transit)

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