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    • Observer: De Blasio Administration Must Step Up Efforts for Vision Zero to Have Teeth
    • Two Pedestrians Injured in Separate Crashes, One a Hit-and-Run, on 207th Street in Inwood (DNA)
    • City Issued 10,000 Sidewalk Snow Removal Tickets So Far This Winter, Concentrated in the Bronx (NYT)
    • Greenpoint Man Sues NYPD, Says Off-Duty Officer Hit Him With Van Before Assaulting Him (Post)
    • Rosemarie Mifsud, 42, Begins Recovery; Driver Who Hit Her Claims His Brakes Failed (Post)
    • Uber to Nearly Double Size in NYC, Wants City to Increase TLC's Budget to Ease Expansion (Crain's)
    • 10 Additional Groups Sign on to BRT for NYC Coalition (Queens Courier)
    • Second Grand Central-Adjacent Mega-Tower Planned for Vanderbilt Avenue (Post)
    • DCP Begins Jerome Ave Rezoning; Subway-Accessible Area Doesn't Currently Allow Housing (Bx Times)
    • Parking Garage Dominates Streetscape for New Greenpoint Apartment Building (6sqft via Brownstoner)

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