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Vision Zero? More Like Nightmare 48. Recap of WNYC’s Reporting on Traffic Fatalities

Last week WNYC radio launched several journalistic endeavors into a surge of traffic fatalities that has been plaguing the citizens of NYC and newly instated mayor DeBlasio who has committed to #visionzero, a title for an initiative to reduce all traffic deaths to zero.

In only two and half months of 2014 there have [...]

Bad Biking faces a crackdown in Brooklyn.

You’d think anyone daring to ride a bike in this weather would be rewarded. Tell that to the NYPD. With fewer of us on many of the un-plowed roadways and bike lanes here in the city, the police have decided to “crackdown” on unlawful biking behavior.

Here is the latest from the Brooklyn Paper.

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A recent memorial for Jasmine Herron

The Brooklyn paper recently filed this report on last weekends memorial ride for cyclist Jamsine Herron who was killed on Atlantic Ave in Brooklyn.

Mean Streets: Ghost bike for Denver gal. By Thomas Tracy The Brooklyn Paper

(photo by: Stefano Giovannini)

Brooklyn has a new ghost bike.

Mourners installed the white-painted memorial — [...]