Today’s Headlines

  • More Storms, More Flooding for NYC Area (Daily News)
  • Americans Want Action on Climate Change, But Are Unlikely to Drive Less (NYT)
  • Plug-In Hybrids Just Around the Corner (Autopia)
  • Building Collapses at Atlantic Yards (Gowanus Lounge)
  • Council Members Push for Brooklyn Ferry Service (Brooklyn Paper)
  • Attempt to Slow Bronx Block Makes It ‘More Dangerous’ (NY1)
  • Deadly Red Hook Intersection Gets Traffic Light (Brooklyn Paper)
  • Drivers Split over Alternate-Side Schedules (Brooklyn Paper)
  • MTA Fare Hike Expected (Metro)
  • ‘Pure Environmentalist’ Chosen for DEC’s New York Region (Metro)
  • Important story of lack of bus lane (or any special lane, I would add) enforcement in NYC:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2007/04/27/nyregion/27bus.html?_r=1&ref=nyregion&oref=slogin

  • lee

    Re the article about street cleaning rules in fort greene, Susan Butler makes a good point about parking turnover. In park slope it seems like certain cars never move. Heck, there are certain spots that I covet because the same car is always there. I love to get one of these spots and then let my car sit for a week out of spite.

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MTA Report Reaffirms Need for Congestion Pricing (Daily News) Council Member Says MTA Is ‘Open’ to F Express (Metro) Union Proposes Free Subway Rides for Firefighters (Daily News) Grand Army Plaza Talks Continue (Brooklyn Paper) Carlton Ave More Dangerous after Incomplete Conversion (Brooklyn Paper) Following Blackout, Spitzer Pushes Power Plant Law (Sun) Circle Line Loses […]

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Without Fee, City Drivers Unlikely to Change Habits (NY Sun) Climate Change Panel Reaches Consensus (NYT) As Climate Warms, England’s Coast Crumbles (NYT)  Bloomberg Wants to Give Ferries a $40m Boost (Observer) Driving While Dumb in Red Hook (Brooklyn Paper) Busta Rhymes’ Tinted Windows Get Him Busted (Daily News) More Big-Box Retailers to Join IKEA? […]

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Commission Votes 13-2 for Pricing (NYT, News, Post, Sun, AM, NY1) NYT: It’s a Good Plan Decision on Pier 40 Postponed (Post, Metro) Ratner Still Set to Receive Atlantic Yards Subsidies (Brooklyn Paper) Brooklyn AIA Draws Up a Gowanus-Free Third Avenue (Brooklyn Eagle) Tri-State Transit Agencies Get More Anti-Terror Funds (NYT, AM, News, AP) Former […]

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MTA Board Member: Without Pricing, Fare Hike May Come Soon (Daily Politics) Assembly Dems Wrap Up Closed-Door Session on Pricing (Post) $1 Billion From Port Authority Is One Source of Contention (Sun) COMMUTE: A Vote for Pricing Is a Vote For Equity (MTR) Avella Wants to Know About Favors Traded Prior to Council Vote (AMNY) […]

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Bumpy Start for Bway Bus-Only Lanes (Daily News) New Jobs for NYC Transit Officials (Daily News) Use Congestion Fees for 2nd Ave. Subway (NYT, Letters) Manhattanites Would Pay on Way Out (NYT) Planners Aim to Untangle Grand Army Plaza Knot (Brooklyn Paper) Blackout Insurance: Solar City Rooftops (City Limits) Placard Parking Plague on Pierrepont (Brooklyn […]

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Gore, Climate Change Panel Win Nobel Peace Prize (NYT) Storms Bring Flooding, Tornado Warning (AMNY, Gothamist, 1010 WINS) Anti-Pricing Group Recommends Parking Reform (NYT) Lawmakers Rally Against Verrazano Toll Increase (Brooklyn Paper) Williams Says Illegal Parking Pics Were a ‘Cheap Shot’ (Brooklyn Paper) City Investigating Yankees’ Rent Deduction Claims (News) State Plan Would Use Garage […]