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8:54 AM EST on February 19, 2016

    • Hit a Cop With Your Car, You're Getting Arrested (News, Post); Strike and Kill a Civilian? Meh
    • Donovan Richards to DOT: Put a Speed Camera Where Van Driver Killed 16-Year-Old Alexa Smith (TL)
    • Manhattan CB 4 Wants to See All the Local Police Reports for Crashes That Injured Pedestrians (DNA)
    • Meanwhile, Brooklyn CB 4 Remains Stuck in the Stone Age of Streets Policy (Bklyn Paper)
    • Port Authority Might Not Actually Contribute to Penn Station Overhaul (WSJ - Paywall)
    • Serious People Will Judge the Upcoming Port Authority Bus Terminal Design Competition (Politico)
    • One Entrance No Longer Enough for DUMBO's York Street F Station (Bklyn Paper)
    • 20 Elected Officials Want More Subsidies for East River Ferry (News)
    • EDC Picks a Newcomer to Run Expanded East River Ferry Service (Crain's)
    • DOT's Vision Zero Awareness Campaign Goes Multi-Lingual (News)
    • Maybe NYC Doesn't Need On-Demand Valet Parking Start-Ups (Crain's)

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