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8:46 AM EDT on June 5, 2014

    • Half of NYC Traffic Deaths This Year Are Pedestrians and Cyclists (WNYC)
    • 76th Precinct Dispatches Crossing Guard to Street Where Driver Killed Nicholas Soto (DNA)
    • Crain's: De Blasio Considering Edison Properties VP Anthony Borelli for Key Zoning Post
    • TLC to Standardize Cabbie Training, Increase Hours; Daily News: It's David vs. Goliath!
    • Council Looks to Bring Back Unionized School Bus Drivers; Post: It's Children vs. Liberals!
    • Van Bramer and Gianaris Join "Hundreds" in LIC to Demand Center Blvd Traffic-Calming (TL)
    • NYPD Has Resources for Traffic Enforcement, Says Anonymous Police Source (News)
    • Truck Driver Dies When Manhole Cover Crashes Through Windshield on Cross Bronx Expwy (News)
    • TLC Wants 50 Percent of Boro Cabs to Be Wheelchair-Accessible (News)
    • 2nd Ave Sagas: New York City Transit Is an Afterthought in Albany
    • The New Yorker Counters John Cassidy and Bruce McCall With a Cheer for Vision Zero

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