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8:59 AM EDT on July 31, 2014

    • TA: Six Months Into Vision Zero, Enforcement Is Up But Uneven Across NYPD Precincts (News)
    • WNYC Profiles 10 New Yorkers Killed in Traffic So Far This Year
    • Straphangers: 7 Train Ranks the Best, 2 Train the Worst in NYC (CapNYDNAWSJWCBSAMNY)
    • Teen Driver Who Killed Ariel Russo Facing Up to 15 Years -- And Is a Placard Abuser (News)
    • Disability Advocates Sue City, Saying Sidewalks Below 14th Street "Too Difficult to Use" (NYT, Post)
    • NYT Looks at the Rail vs. Trail Divisions Over the QueensWay
    • With Suicides Rising, Port Authority to Install 9-Foot Fence on GW Bridge Paths (WCBS, News, Post)
    • Ribbon Is Cut on Plaza Upgrades Beneath 7 Train on Queens Boulevard (Brownstoner, DNA)
    • Architects Reimagine How Parking Mandates Could Work In NYC's "Inner Ring" (Architizer)
    • The Advance Wants to Know: Where Have You Seen Staten Island Drivers on Cell Phones?
    • Tonight: DOT Unveils Safety Improvements to West End Avenue (WPIX)

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