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    • Times "Room for Debate" Asks How to Make NYC Safe for Walking
    • Bay Ridge Ped Crash Victim: "The Police Have Completely Stonewalled Us" (WPIX)
    • Gelinas: Vision Zero Must Also Include More Thorough Crash Investigations (Post)
    • Bob Hardt: "Vision Zero Is the Kind of Program That Helps Mayors Actually Get Re-Elected" (NY1)
    • New Cameras in Borough Park, Midwood and Flatbush Could Make Crash Investigations Easier (WCBS)
    • Hoboken, Weehawken, Jersey City Social Bike-Share Program to Launch This Summer (WCBS)
    • Larry Littlefield: "Transit Costs Have Soared Far in Excess of Inflation," Led by Costs of Retired Workers
    • SBS on Woodhaven Boulevard Included in Regional Transportation Funding Plan (Brownstoner)
    • City-Managed Sidewalks Remain Covered in Snow as City Issues Tickets to Property Owners (WPIX)
    • De Blasio Tells REBNY He'll Need a Lot of Development to Achieve Housing Goals (News, Observer)
    • MetroFocus Talks with Rockefeller Foundation President Judith Rodin About BRT in NYC (WNET)

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