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    • Where NYC and Sweden Differ on Vision Zero: How Much Can Road Design Solve? (NYT)
    • 78th Precinct Tells Officers to Stop Using Sidewalk as Personal Parking Lot (News)
    • Oddo's Transportation Task Force Is Really Focused on Potholes and Repaving (Advance)
    • MTA to Offer Free Transfer Between G and JMZ Trains During Greenpoint Tube Closure (News)
    • Bill in Albany Would Add Automated Enforcement Against Drivers Who Pass School Buses (TU)
    • Hoylman Bill Would Upgrade Hit-and-Run Charges for Cyclists to Be Same As for Drivers (Villager)
    • More Coverage of Safety Fixes at 96th and Broadway (News, WCBS, DNA, NY1, Gothamist)
    • Ferry Launches Between West 44th and WFC, Seeks Real Estate Sponsor (Post via 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Obama Visits Tappan Zee Bridge Today to Push Congress for Transportation Funding (WCBS)
    • Doctoroff Revives Olympics Push; Cuomo Reportedly Interested As Meetings Begin With de Blasio (FT)
    • Alec Baldwin Reminds the Post How Much It Wants to See NYPD Focus Resources on Ticketing Cyclists

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