Today’s Headlines

  • Deal Could Bring Congestion Pricing Bill This Week (Sun)
  • RELATED: Brooklyn Drivers by the Numbers (Brooklyn Eagle)
  • Police Stop Ticketing Lawbreaking City Employees (Post)
  • RELATED: Council Member Says Placard Abuse ‘Out of Control’ (Post)
  • Cycling Is City’s Fastest Mode (Gothamist, BikeBlog, Pravda)
  • Bike Plan Overcomes Rabid Hostility, Clears Committee (Gowanus Lounge)
  • Police Confronted over Pedestrian Safety (Brooklyn Eagle)
  • Sidewalk Grates to Be Inspected after Fall (AMNY)
  • Man Arrested for Pepper-Spraying Fellow Motorist (Newsday)
  • Small Parks Lower Urban Temps (LiveScience/Yahoo!)
  • US Lags in Green Construction (NYT)
  • Giving up the JFK Rail Link is an acceptable sacrifice. The Skytrain and A train already provide a transit link, and to many more destinations than one in lower Manhattan. The A train should be upgraded with plush seats, its cars and stations retrofitted for baggage, some stops skipped, and voila. There’s our Link.

  • ddartley

    The petty, nasty bitterness over parking privilege abuse is the last straw in making me PRO-congestion pricing. It seems (SEEMS, folks) that NYPD is retaliating against the all the recent attention to parking abuse by enforcing even less. I always feared that, and it’s why I was not enthusiastic about uncivilservants.org. Perhaps congestion pricing is a better way to make the public costs of driving truly equitably shared, rather than subject to b.s. such as corrupt enforcement.