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    • John Samuelsen Brags About Waging War on Vision Zero After MTA Bus Drivers Kill Three People
    • Traffic Deaths Down Citywide This Year, Up More Than 100 Percent in Staten Island (WNYC)
    • Cuomo Nominates Westchester DA Janet DiFiore to Succeed Lippman on Court of Appeals (NYT)
    • Northeast Corridor Pols Fend Off Transit Funding Cuts in Federal Transportation Package (MTR)
    • Capital Plan Indicates MTA Will Test Open Gangway Subway Cars (Second Ave Sagas)
    • De Blasio Orders City Vehicles to Be Replaced by Electric Cars, With Charging Station Network (NYT)
    • Drivers Injure People on Sidewalks in Queens and Manhattan (Gothamist, West Side Rag)
    • NYPD Defends Garbage Truck Driver Who Injured Senior in Midtown and Left Scene (News, DNA)
    • NYPD Again Accused of Using a Motor Vehicle as a Weapon, Again (News)
    • Cuomo Attributes Fewer Drunk Driving Deaths to His Father Raising the Drinking Age
    • DOT Astoria Boulevard Workshop Is Tonight (DNA)

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