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8:58 AM EST on February 13, 2014

    • Bus Time to Launch in Bklyn and Queens, Final Two Boros, "In The Next Several Weeks" (TLCourier)
    • Dominic Whilby of Georgia Charged With Manslaughter for Crash That Killed MTA Bus Driver (WABC)
    • In Unanimous Vote, Manhattan CB 7 Says Drivers Who Kill or Injure Should Face Consequences (DNA)
    • Man Killed in Atlantic Avenue Hit-and-Run Last Week Identified as Ruben Rivera, 81 (WABC)
    • City Agencies Don't Clear Sidewalks, Leaving Bronxites Slipping and Sliding Near Subway (NYT, WCBS)
    • Plow Drivers Who Knocked Man Over Face Disciplinary Action; Victim May Sue City (WNBC, WPIX)
    • Assembly Member Markey Meets With DOT, NYPD on Grand Avenue Pedestrian Safety (Gazette)
    • School Bus and Car Drivers Crash in Ditmas Park; 16 With Minor Injuries (Ditmas Park Corner, News)
    • WPIX Turns to People on Street for Insight Into Brooklyn CB 3's Vote Against Slow Zone
    • Polly Trottenberg Has Settled in Cobble Hill (Bklyn Paper)
    • Like NYC, Suffolk County Executive Makes Push for 20 Speed Cams in School Zones (Newsday, WCBS)
    • Legislator Writes Constituent, Blames His Mom for Biking and Getting Hit by Driver (WCBS via Facebook)

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