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8:58 AM EST on January 15, 2015

    • More Coverage of de Blasio's Vision Zero Presser (CapitalNewsWSJNY1Crain'sNewsdayWNYC)
    • Yahoo Takes a Closer Look at the State of Vision Zero
    • Judge Offers New Plea Deal to Teen Driver Who Killed Ariel Russo During Police Chase (NYT, News, PIX)
    • City Has Filed 12 Right of Way Charges Since August; Only One Came From a Precinct Cop (Gothamist)
    • NYT: Spend $5 Billion Windfall on MTA; Cuomo Sends $1.5 Billion to Upstate Cities (Bloomberg)
    • Opponents of Pat Lynch Within PBA Say He Isn't Doing Enough to Help Cops Who Fixed Tickets (Post)
    • Turns Out Port Authority Isn't Going to Eliminate Overnight PATH Service After All (Post, WSJ, Capital)
    • Advocates Meet With CB 3 About Fixing Chrystie Street, a Key Bike Connection (Bowery Boogie)
    • DOT to Launch South Williamsburg Transportation Study With Meeting Next Week (DNA)
    • Lawyer Behind Cuomo's Attempted Raid of Clean Water Funds for TZB Transferred to Thruway (Capital)
    • Parking Lot Next to Astoria Subway Station to Be Developed as 114-Unit Building (Brownstoner)

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