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Site Tracks Traffic Fatalities; Earthquake Architecture Exhibit

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THE ROADS—Pro-bike/pedestrian group Right Of Way has launched a tool to track the progress Mayor Bill de Blasio's campaign promise of ending traffic fatalities by 2024. The Vision Zero Clock will track the number of fatalities and show whether or not we're on pace for a 10 percent decrease in the coming year. Doing great so far! [CurbedWire Inbox]

GREENWICH VILLAGE—An exhibit called "Considering the Quake" will open at the American Institute of Architects' Center for Architecture in Greenwich Village in February. From the press release: "Envisioned as a 'science center' for design, the exhibition, which is tailored not only for the architecture and engineering communities, but an invested public as well, will feature full-sized seismic technology utilized in buildings, architectural and structural models, seismic testing videos, including clips from Tomas Koolhaas' new documentary titled REM, and a 500N shake table from North American Wave Spectrum Science and Trade Inc." [CurbedWire Inbox]