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    • New Yorkers Allowing Selves to Get Excited About Second Ave Subway (2ASDNANewsNY1AMNY)
    • Seems Like an Opportune Time to Discuss How Much NYC Needs School Buses (NY1, Advance)
    • TA Wants City Council to Consider Pedestrian Safety in Food Cart Expansion Bill (Politico)
    • Motorist Critically Injures Woman Crossing Street in St. George, CIS Called to Scene (Advance)
    • No Urgency From City Hall as NYC Motorists Kill and Maim With Impunity (Voice)
    • Why Is the Speed Limit on a Vision Zero Priority Corridor Higher Than 25 MPH? (News)
    • Tri-State: NYC Isn't Doing Enough to Make It Easy and Safe for Kids to Get Around (MTR)
    • It's Little Wonder NYPD Hides NYPD Crash Data From the Public (Gothamist)
    • Post Worried Proposed LPI Law Would Cause Cyclists to "Feel Even More Entitled" to Keep Living
    • A Bronx-Focused TV Station Did a Nice Segment on Grand Concourse Redesign (@BronxnetTV)
    • New York Lawmakers Are Just Fine With Low Voter Turnout (WNYC)

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