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8:58 AM EST on February 25, 2014

    • More Coverage of the Vision Zero City Council Hearing (NYT, News, CapNY, Advance, WPIX)
    • Last Year's Traffic Fatalities Concentrated in a Handful of Neighborhoods (I Quant NY)
    • The Road to Vision Zero Runs in Part Through Community Boards (Spectator)
    • De Blasio: Everyone Has to Drive Safely; Security Detail Makes Its Own Calls (WSJ, NYTCrain's)
    • Bus Time Launches in Brooklyn and Queens March 9 (NewsDNAGothamist2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Parents Demand Speed Hump on East Harlem Block With Five Schools (News)
    • MTA Names Anne Kirsch Chief Safety Officer, Establishes Board Safety Committee (WCBS, WABC)
    • MTA Riders Less Likely to Let Money on MetroCards Expire After $1 New Card Fee Began (Post)
    • LIRR, NJ Transit, MNR Approach Record Ridership, But Track Capacity Is Maxed Out (WNYC)
    • Gelinas: De Blasio Should Push 42nd St Light Rail, Port Authority Bus Terminal Expansion (City Journal)
    • Bloomberg's DCP Legacy: Condo Towers, Yes, But Also Massive Neighborhood Downzonings (CapNY)

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