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    • The Default NYC Speed Limit Is a More Humane 25 MPH as of Today (WSJ, WNYC, AMNY)
    • ...and Post Headline Writers Are at a Loss
    • How Come Cy Vance Doesn't Treat Drivers Who Actually Kill as Seriously as This? (NYT, News)
    • NBC News Van Strikes Woman at Redesigned-But-Still-Dangerous 96th and Broadway (Gothamist)
    • Brad Aaron and Dana Lerner Talk to Business Insider About the Significance of Vision Zero
    • Watch This Jim Hoffer Segment on Central Park Cyclists and Learn... Nothing (ABC 7)
    • MTR Plucks Out the Bright Spots for Transportation Policy From Tuesday's Elections
    • What Do Random Drivers Think of Tolling Free East River Bridges? NY1 Reports
    • DDC Finally Ready to Turn Dead Space at Foot of Manhattan Bridge Into a Plaza (Bowery Boogie)
    • Bronx CB 8 Resolves to Push for $ to Study Hudson River Greenway Up to Yonkers (R'dale Press)
    • Sunnyside Streets Are About to Get Safer (QChron)

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