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    • News Explores Why So Many of City's Ped Signals Show "Walk" and "Don't Walk" at Once
    • Bratton Set to Unveil Policy Changes for How NYPD Engages With Public by End of March (DNA)
    • City-Managed Sidewalks Near LIE Remain Unshoveled After Weeks of Complaints (News, NY1)
    • Inwood Man Organizes Volunteers to Shovel Sidewalks (DNA)
    • Queens Courier Profiles Cristina Furlong of Make Queens Safer
    • Ridgewood, Glendale Set to Get First Phase of Bike Lane Plan This Summer (Courier via Brownstoner)
    • Bike Lanes, Sharrows Proposed for 18 Blocks of Bond Street in Gowanus, Boerum Hill (DNA)
    • DOT Installs Stop Sign Outside Battery Park City School Where Crossing Guard Was Hit (DNA)
    • CB 3, LES Electeds Call for Ped Safety Fixes at Delancey and Pitt Street (Downtown Express)
    • Curbed Goes for a Tour of the Historic City Hall Subway Station
    • The Post Is Itching to Ride Citi Bike, Notes That Many Stations Remain Frozen in Snow and Ice

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