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Today’s Headlines

9:12 AM EST on February 17, 2014

    • NYT Casts Vision Zero as "Somewhat Quixotic," But Opposition Is Scant
    • NYPD Cites CIS for Bratton's Victim-Blaming Stat; Jaywalking Tickets Are Way Up (GothamistWPIX)
    • Neighbors Demand Criminal Charges for Man Who Killed Min Lin With Front-End Loader (News)
    • Grand Jury Indicts Lucian Merryweather's Killer for Criminally Negligent Homicide (DNA)
    • MTA Will Add a Stop to Nostrand SBS at Gates Ave (DNA)
    • Eric Adams: "A 20 MPH Limit Is Worth Looking At" (Bklyn Paper)
    • MTA's Interactive Touchscreens Are Here (WNYC)
    • Glendale Can't Wait for New Plaza, Coming in 2015 (QChron)
    • Current Urban Design Issues in Howard Beach (QChron)
    • Make Love, Not Carnage (WNYC)

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