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    • Traffic Violence Victims Launch Families for Safe Streets, Want Faster Vision Zero (GothamistDNA, Post)
    • Council Transportation Committee Will Hold Vision Zero Hearing This Morning (CapNY)
    • Gedalia Gruntzweig, 25, Killed by Sanitation Driver in Crown Heights; No Charges (WPIX, NewsPost)
    • Man Struck and Killed by JFK Shuttle Driver on Van Wyck Expressway (Post, DNA)
    • After Cuomo's Verrazano Toll Cut, Rockland Rep Renews Call for Tappan Zee "Relief" (LoHud)
    • U.S. Won't Regulate Driver Distraction Systems, But Schumer Wants Feds to Protect Their Data (Post)
    • Levine: Safer Streets Needed to Keep Delivery Workers From Biking on UWS Sidewalks (News)
    • NIMBYs: Plan for BK Bridge Entrance Bike-Ped Improvements Is a Threat to Public Health (Bklyn Paper)
    • CB 6 Transpo Committee Endorses Bike Lane for Bond Street in Boerum Hill (Bklyn Paper)
    • Bus Riders Rally at City Hall for Countdown Clocks on Major Routes (DNANews)
    • Ruben Diaz Jr. Backs Vision for Developing South Bronx Waterfront (News)
    • Randy Mastro Drops Port Authority to Represent Christie (WSJ)

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