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    • Private Trash Hauler Kills Cyclist Hoyt Jacobs in Long Island City (AMNY, NYT, Post)
    • Are de Blasio and Trottenberg Doing Enough to Prevent Cyclist Deaths? (Gothamist)
    • DMV Finally Schedules Safety Hearing Two Years After Police Struck and Killed Ryo Oyamada (Gothamist)
    • Advocates Press City to Dust Off Plans for Southern Queens Greenway (DNA)
    • Mapping Ocean Parkway's Terrible Record of Traffic Violence (DNA)
    • Beefing Up NYC Freight Rail Will Run Into Political Resistance in Queens (QChron)
    • After NYPD "Re-engineering," Staten Island Has No Dedicated Collision Investigation Team (Advance)
    • Motorists Get Signs They Wanted, Telling Them to Adhere to Safe Speeds on Surface Streets (QChron)
    • NYC's 140 Speed Cams Have Nothing on the Vast Surveillance System Monitoring Straphangers (Post)
    • Damned Bike Lanes (NYT)

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