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NEW YORK CITY-Traffic fatalities in the city have fallen to the lowest level on record, dropping by nearly 63% since the bad old days of 1990, but the Bloomberg administration wants to accelerate the decline. Over the next several months, it plans to re-align about 60 miles of city streets and install pedestrian countdown signals at 1,500 intersections.

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