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With the March 31 deadline to qualify for $354M in federal transit funds approaching, the Campaign for New York’s Future and the Empire State Transportation Alliance have rolled out an ad campaign to get the public behind congestion pricing. The three print ads and one TV spot, sponsored by Environmental Defense, direct their audience to […]
This is an artist’s rendering of what West 125th Street would look like after Columbia University’s expansion is completed more than a decade from now. (It is included in an overview of the plans that appears in the print edition of Columbia magazine, which, um, hasn’t updated its web presence in a while.) Regardless of whether you’re […]
The latest production of the Yes Men hit the streets and the Web today: an Onion-esque "Special Edition" of the New York Post devoted completely to climate change, released ahead of this week’s global summit at UN headquarters. Coming in at 32 pages in print, there’s a lot here to digest — including a fun […]
It’s the 1950s all over again in Wisconsin, where — as we’ve reported before — there seems to be an undying faith among political leaders that highway spending will restore prosperity, despite the fact that more forward-thinking regions are investing in things like tearing down highways. Since Scott Walker became governor, touting himself as a […]
Looking to hire a smart, qualified person for a position in transportation planning, engineering, IT, or advocacy? Post a listing on the Streetsblog Jobs Board and reach our national audience of dedicated readers. Looking for a job? Here are the current listings: Bike Law Paralegal, Law Office of Vaccaro & White, NYC The Law Office […]
The global bike art celebration known as ARTCRANK is whirling through NYC today and tomorrow, and we’d love to see you at the opening night party at Bike Habitat’s Soho store (250 Lafayette Street), starting at 6 p.m. If you haven’t been to an ARTCRANK yet, seeing Bike Habitat transformed into a gallery filled with […]