Today’s Headlines

  • Storm Spurs Talk of Climate Shift (Sun)
  • NY Area Faces More Intense Storms, Rising Sea Levels (WNYC)
  • Far North Feels Worst Effects of Warming (NYT)
  • Brooklyn CB Says "No" to New Bus Rapid Transit Routes (Brooklyn Paper)
  • 200-Plus Rally Against Demolition for Parking Lots (AYR)
  • Woman Pinned Beneath Wheel of SUV Dies, No Charges Filed (AMNY)
  • Pedestrian Killed in Brooklyn (Brooklyn Heights Blog)
  • New Yorkers ‘Enjoy’ Long Commutes (New Yorker via Wonkster)
  • Fare-Skippers Crowding MTA Buses (Post)
  • Drawings Surface for Coney Island Ped Bridge (Gowanus Lounge)
  • Driver Who Caused Corzine Crash ‘Inexperienced’ (AMNY)
  • I like the new layout for the headlines Brad.

  • AD

    Yeah, me too. Svelt.

  • Agreed; it’s more readable. Also makes it easier to link to multiple articles on the same subject, if that’s the case.

  • Angus Grieve-Smith

    The AMNY article is bizarre: he wasn’t driving erratically, he was just inexperienced? Only if “erratic” is a euphemism for drunk or reckless. It’s also interesting to note that in this case the motorcade endangered the Governor’s life instead of making it safer. And “Authorities have not said how fast the two-car motorcade was traveling”? Gee, I wonder why?

    I hope Corzine makes a speedy and full recovery, and then reconsiders the plan to widen the Parkway. Wouldn’t it be better for safety (not to mention congestion, fuel consumption, pollution and sprawl) to spend that money on upgrading the Atlantic City train line and implementing the Monmouth-Ocean-Middlesex line?