If you think transit riders would be well-served by de Blasio meekly going along with Cuomo's demands, look at what happened the last time the two struck a bargain on transit.
Everyday citizens are practicing DIY traffic-calming to make streets safer for walking and biking. Some cities are making these improvements permanent, while others are encouraging the movement by sanctioning, and even sponsoring, tactical urbanism projects.
Light Street, a 10-lane road on the edge of Baltimore's Inner Harbor, is a remnant of the Interstate era that functions like a surface highway, cutting off the waterfront from the rest of the city.
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You think victim-blaming is bad now? Making everyone walk or bike with a "don't hit me" device would further penalize the most vulnerable.