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8:58 AM EST on February 21, 2014

    • Days After Vision Zero Announcement, Marcia Kramer Is Back! (WCBS, News, PostObserver)
    • TA, StreetsPAC Urge de Blasio to Use "Teachable Moment" to Change NYC Driving Culture (CapNY)
    • Unlicensed Driver Arrested After Killing Kaneez Hussein, 73, in Jamaica Hit-and-Run (TLGothamist)
    • Relatives Hold Vigil for Ryo Oyamada, Killed by NYPD Driver in Queensbridge One Year Ago (TL)
    • Video, Lawsuit Charge Wrong-Way NYPD Officers Attempted to Cover Up Brownsville Crash (Post)
    • Expanded Staten Island Ferry Service, Supported by Council, Included in de Blasio's Budget (Advance)
    • Unlicensed Drunk Driver Attempted to Bribe UWS Cops to Let Him Off; Faces Multiple Charges (DNA)
    • East Harlem CB Backs Developer's Plan to Swap Mandated Parking for Job-Creating Uses (News, DNA)
    • Crowded Q10 Gets Longer Buses, But CB 9 Upset About Losing Parking Near Bus Stops (QChron)
    • It's Time to Stop Giving NYC Pedestrians the Short End of the Stick (AMNY)
    • DOT to Study Crosswalks Along LIC Waterfront Street Without Stop Lights (LIC Post)
    • De Blasio Adds $7.3 Million to DOT Budget for Pothole Repair (NY1, WCBS, Observer)

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