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    • Blanket Coverage of Move NY Launch (CBS2, WPIX, Advance, Post, NYT, Crain's, AMNY, Gothamist)
    • Crain's: Fix NYC's Busted Toll System Now!
    • Fox5's Dari Alexander Repulsed By Toll Reform
    • DOT Rolls Out First Borough Safety Plan, for Queens, With More Coming Soon (Capital, Gothamist)
    • Amy Cohen: NYC's Right of Way Law "Must Be Enforced Vigorously and Fairly, Not Weakened" (News)
    • Trottenberg: Vision Zero Not a "War on Bus Drivers" (WNYC)
    • Yes, Negligence on a Transportation Job Can Rise to the Level of a Crime (IVM)
    • Nicole Gelinas Worried About Seeking Misdemeanor + $250 Fine for Crippling 15-Year-Old (Post)
    • Man Dies of Injuries Inflicted By Driver Near JFK Last Week; No Charges Yet (News)
    • DNA Maps Changes in Fatal Crashes in 2014, But on a Scale With Very Small Sample Sizes
    • A Look at the Defense of Fatal Hit-and-Run Driver Julio Acevedo (Post)

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