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    • Victims' Families: De Blasio's Not Doing Enough to Prevent Traffic Deaths (News)
    • This Reflective Tape on Seniors' Canes Will Do the Trick, Right? (News)
    • TWU Prez Samuelson Beaming Over New Contract With MTA (NYTNews, AMNY)
    • The Yellow Cab Industry Ain't What It Used to Be (NYT)
    • Donovan Richards: Bring Woodhaven Blvd SBS Over to Eastern Rockaway (TL)
    • DOT Safety Plan for Grand Street Coming Soon (DNA)
    • Police Searching for Hit-and-Run Motorist Who Drove Over Man's Head in Midtown (Post, Gothamist)
    • Turning Bus Driver Runs Over Woman in Midwood Crosswalk -- No Charges Expected (Bklyner)
    • Sentence for MTA Bus Driver Who Killed Carol Bell and Drove Away: 5 Years Probation (News)
    • Aravella Simotas: DOT Safety Tweak Near Off-Ramp in Astoria Didn't Fix the Problem (DNA)
    • Brooklyn CB 10 vs. An Accessible 86th Street Subway Station (Bklyn Paper)

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