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8:56 AM EST on January 16, 2015

    • Port Authority Reform Bills Could Get Override Votes in Both State Legislatures (State of Politics)
    • Trottenberg Names Jeff Lynch Queens Boro Commissioner, Reassigning Dalila Hall (TL)
    • Traffic Deaths Were Falling Before Vision Zero, So Advance Columnist Says It's a Scam
    • Teen Passenger Killed in Two-Car Crash in Far Rockaway (Post, WNBC)
    • Video: TA Executive Director Paul Steely White Talks Vision Zero With C&S
    • DOT Adds On-Street Parking to Tribeca Streets (DNA)
    • Kallos Wants Archived Bus Time Data So Public Can Crunch Bus Reliability Stats (Gotham Gazette)
    • Gantt Reintroduces Bill to Study Driverless Cars (Capital)
    • State Could Merge Thruway With Authority Managing Upstate Hudson River Bridges (Capital)
    • Red Light Cams Are Now Operating Just Over the Bronx Border in Mount Vernon (LoHud)
    • FiveThirtyEight Looks at Vision Zero, From the Invention of "Jaywalking" to the 85th Percentile

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