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8:36 AM EST on January 2, 2015

    • NYC Pedestrian Fatalities Reached Historic Low in 2014, But Cyclist Fatalities Increased (News, NYT)
    • JSK: Drop in Traffic Fatalities Under de Blasio is Great, Must Be Backed by Street Redesigns (News)
    • MTA Driver Arrested for Killing Senior, So Other Bus Drivers Refuse to Work (Post, Gothamist)
    • Petulant Police Unions Nearly Cease Traffic Enforcement in Last Week of 2014 (Post, NYT)
    • DMV Commissioner Barbara Fiala Resigns as Advocates Seek Change at Agency (Gannett)
    • Guler Ugur-Yaaobi, 44, Killed at 113th and Amsterdam in New Years Eve Hit-and-Run (DNA, WCBS)
    • Cuomo, Christie Veto Port Reform, Release Report Suggesting PATH Service Cuts (Capital,
    • Christie Now Interested in Solving the Cross-Hudson Rail Crisis (Capital)
    • New MTA "Safety" Initiative: Buses to Blare Noise at Pedestrians Who Have the Right of Way (News)
    • 14 Months After Driver Struck Him on the Job in 2013, MTA Police Officer Dies From Injuries (WCBS)
    • Thruway Director, CFO Follow Chair Out the Door Before State IG Releases Report (Post, Gannett, TU)
    • Cuomo Transpo Deputy Karen Rae Diverted to Thruway Instead of Assuming New Role at MTA (Capital)
    • Where's the Tappan Zee Transit Cuomo Promised? County Officials and Advocates Are Asking (LoHud)

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