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Hundreds Gather In Union Square To Demand An End To Traffic Violence

A day after a cyclist was fatally struck by an SUV driver on 4th Avenue in Brooklyn, hundreds of safe streets advocates gathered for a vigil at the north end of Union Square last night, and pledged to stop referring to traffic collisions as "accidents." [ more › ]
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