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    • The Times Says de Blasio Will Talk About Vision Zero With Brian Lehrer This Morning
    • Chan on Why NYPD Doesn't Always Enforce Traffic Laws: People Lose Interest (News)
    • More Coverage of Current Dangerous Driving Crackdown: AMNY, DNA, Post
    • Prendergast Promises to Speed Up SAS Phase 2, Rangel Promises to Help (2AS)
    • How Will Cuomo and Christie Divvy Up NY and NJ Gateway Contributions? (Politico)
    • Community Board 4 Protests Proposed Site of New Port Authority Bus Terminal (Politico)
    • Sane People Agree: Housing for Seniors More Important Than Preserving Parking (Politico)
    • Constantinides and DenDekker to Host DOT Workshop on Astoria Boulevard Fixes (JHP)
    • De Blasio Will Use Budget Surplus to Pay for Truck Side Guards (Crain's)
    • NJ DOT Ready to Build More Roads NJ Can't Afford (MTR)
    • Alternate Side Parking Is a Product of Motorists' Own Making (WNYC)

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