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LIGHTS OUT?

Americans Like Surveillance Cameras Except at Red Lights Sunday, October 16, 2011 Most adults nationwide support the use of surveillance cameras on police cars and in public spaces like train stations ...
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A QUEENS TRANSPORTATION STUDY

Encourages you to attend the Jackson Heights Neighborhood Transportation Study Saturday April 17, 2010 8:30am to 2:30pm at Public School 69 77-02 37th Avenue (Between 77th & 78th Streets) Jackson ...
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NEW MIDTOWN TRAFFIC PATTERNS GET A GREEN LIGHT

MAYOR BLOOMBERG, TRANSPORTATION COMMISSIONER SADIK-KHAN ANNOUNCE 'GREEN LIGHT FOR MIDTOWN' PROJECT WILL BE MADE PERMANENT Pilot Project Improved Speeds by Seven Percent in West Midtown Dramatic ...
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EVEN TRAFFIC DEATHS ARE DOWN

MAYOR BLOOMBERG, TRANSPORTATION COMMISSIONER SADIK-KHAN ANNOUNCE ALL-TIME RECORD YEAR FOR TRAFFIC SAFETY 256 Traffic Fatalities in 2009, the Lowest Level in Recorded City History Traffic Fatalities ...
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THE FUTURE OF CITY STREET CLOSURES

The Broadway Street Closures and the Future of Our City's Streets Tuesday, November 17, 2009 6:30-8:30p.m. Registration: There is no charge for this program. Register A discussion of the closure of ...
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COUNTDOWN TO COUNTDOWN

BP MARKOWITZ TO JOIN TRANSPORTATION COMMISSIONER FOR UNVEILING OF NEW PEDESTRIAN COUNTDOWN CROSSING SIGNALS 1:00 P.M. THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 2009 60 th STREET AND FORT HAMILTON PARKWAY SUNSET PARK, ...
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TRANSPORTATION COMMISH TALKS TRANSPORTATION

Please join us for our September 18, 2009 City Law Breakfast. The Breakfast will be held at the Events Center in New York Law School's new building located at 185 West Broadway, 2nd floor. ...
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IF YOU PASS, YOU CAN FAIL!

In Karash v. Adetunji, Joseph Karash was operating a box truck when he was injured in a collision with another truck driven by Bukky Adetunji. Karash alleged he was stopped at a red light when ...
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KEEP OUT OF MY RIGHT OF WAY!

In Dinham v. Wagner, Gwendolyn Dinham was injured when the car in which she was riding collided with another vehicle, driven by Choung-Mi Kim. When the New York County Supreme Court granted Kim's ...
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HAVE BREAKFAST WITH A DOT COMMISSIONER

You are invited to a special breakfast on February 27th, featuring DOT Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan, who will join City Hall for an On/Off the Record. The event will feature a half hour interview ...
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WHO CARES ABOUT THE 72nd STREET OFF-RAMP?

If you live on the West Side of Manhattan, or drive to or from the City, then the Department of Transportation's plan to close the 72nd Street off-ramp of the Miller Highway and to eliminate rush-hour ...
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HAMS SUE SYRACUSE FOR NEGLIGENCE

Richard and Joanna Ham sued the City of Syracuse and one of its police officers for negligence. Apparently, Officer Nelson Aquino and a partner were responding to an assist call placed by a fellow ...
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CITY NOT LIABLE FOR BROKEN TRAFFIC LIGHT?

You would think the City would accept responsibility for a broken traffic light, particularly when innocent people are injured or incur damage. Right?....Not! While driving through the Bensonhurst ...
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