TA’s Noah Budnick Discusses NYPD Failure to Uphold Traffic Laws on Inside City Hall 22-Year-Old Motorcyclist Kills Pedestrian in Midtown; No Charges Filed (AP) NYPD Happy to Step Up Enforcement in Response to Crashes, If It Involves Ticketing Bikes (Bklyn Paper) More Coverage of NYC’s Slowest Buses (NY1, Transpo Nation, DNAinfo, News) Stringer Reportedly Eying […]
Transportation Alternatives Policy Director Noah Budnick has been named the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition’s new executive director, the SFBC announced today. Budnick will succeed Leah Shahum, who will step down after 12 years leading the organization. Budnick has built a strong national reputation among livable streets advocates in his 14 years at TA. The SFBC […]
The City Council has voted 30-20 to approve the home rule message sending congestion pricing to the state legislature. Noah Budnick of Transportation Alternatives gave us the full roll call, after the jump.
Brooklyn Community Board 6‘s transportation committee will hear presentations and community input on the following items: Presentation and discussion of a proposal by the Department of Transportation for improvements designed to enhance pedestrian mobility, access and comfort at the Grand Army Plaza. Presentation by the Department of Transportation of a plan to install two-way Class […]
In September, State Senator Eric Adams introduced a bill that would add a component about interacting with pedestrians and cyclists to the licensing course for first-time New York State drivers. He said he’s pushing for better driver education to “make the roads safer for those who use the roads other than vehicles.” Adams’ interest in […]
Another week bereft of community board intrigue, but there are more enjoyable ways to spend your time. For instance… Tuesday: Want to see a complete greenway along the East Side of Manhattan? Come to Transportation Alternatives’s East Side Committee meeting to make it happen. 6:30 p.m. Thursday: The Museum of the City of New York […]