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New York's Vision Zero Prepares to Crackdown on Dangerous Drivers
New York's Vision Zero Prepares to Crackdown on Dangerous Drivers

New York has been using a plan known as Vision Zero for a while now in an attempt to reduce car accident fatalities in the Big Apple down to zero, and otherwise promote safe driving behaviors. Since Halloween, however, there have already been 12 more fatal pedestrian ...

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