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Newsday: Safer roads demanded for bikers and walkers

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Daniel Flanzig appeared on behalf of the New York Bicycle Coalition alongside State Assemblyman Edward Hennessey (D-Brookhaven) who called for $20 million in additional state funding to make streets safer for cyclists and pedestrians and for tougher penalties for hit-and-run drivers. "Our roadways are dangerous, people are getting killed at almost epidemic rates," Hennessey said at a news conference in Patchogue. "It's time to complete our streets and make things safer and strengthen penalties." Click here to read the full article.
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