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    • More on City Council Passing Vision Zero Bills (NYT, News, CapNY, Advance, WNYC, NY1, WPIX)
    • Grieving Family of Noshat Nahian Thanks City Council for New Laws (WPIX)
    • Justin Davidson: Traffic Safety Should Not Be Controversial, But We're a Long Way From Zero (NY Mag)
    • Father of Boy Run Over by Truck in Morningside Park: "Some Things Can Be Prevented" (News)
    • Driver Critically Injures Flatbush Boy, 11 (NY1, News); Post: "He Ran Onto a Busy Street...No Criminality"
    • Because of Albany, Speed Cams Shut Off When Crashes Are at Their Highest (WNYC)
    • Anatomy of a Capital Project Delay: The 7 Train Extension's Custom Diagonal Elevator (NYT)
    • Tower Proposal Next to Grand Central Includes Turning Vanderbilt Ave. Into Plaza (NYT, WSJ)
    • Next City Went to the Citi Bike Data Hack Night to Learn About Tools and Apps for Bike-Share Users
    • If Cycling Is Such a Menace, Why Do People Walk in NYC's Bike Lanes? (Bike Snob)

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