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8:57 AM EDT on June 17, 2014

    • Klein Bill Lowers Speed Limit But Makes It Harder to Implement 20 MPH Streets (Right of WayStorify)
    • "The Time for This Issue Has Come," Bratton Once Said of Vision Zero, But He's "Grown Quieter" (NYT)
    • Reckless Driving Tickets Up So Far This Year, But Still Just a Handful Per Precinct Per Day (WNYC)
    • Helen Rosenthal Wants State to Expand Cooper's Law to All Drivers (DNA)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures Man, 56, on Linden Blvd. Service Road in East NY (News, NY1)
    • More Q Poll: NYers Don't Like Congestion (NY1) or Tolls (News) But Might Like Move NY (Crain's)
    • Cuomo's Election Year Toll Cut for VNB Truckers Goes Into Effect This Week (Advance)
    • Recently-Downgraded Thruway Authority Says No Toll Hikes Next Year, Despite TZB Costs (LoHud)
    • ...As Cuomo Takes Out $511 Million Loan for TZB From AAA-Rated Clean Water Fund (LoHud, TU 12)
    • DOT Looking at Ped Safety Fixes at Third Avenue and 22nd Street in Gramercy (DNA)
    • Hunter Study: 13 Percent of NYC Drivers Are Distracted by Handsets or Hands-Free Devices (CityLab)

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