This year, Transportation Alternatives activists challenged the speeding epidemic with successful campaigns to lower the speed limit and expand automated enforcement. Locally, activists launched campaigns in every borough to rebuild dangerous arterial streets with dedicated space for walking, biking and public transit.
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