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Voting for participatory budgeting is open until April 2 -- residents in 31 of NYC's 51 City Council districts can cast a ballot to decide how to spend their council member’s discretionary funds.
In today's matchup, a depressing abundance of commuter rail parking in the Bay Area takes on a mammoth parking crater enveloping three separate light rail stops in Denver.
Dana Dunbar was new to transportation policy and activism. But that didn't stop her from waging a successful grassroots campaign against a road widening in her neighborhood.
Pedestrian fatalities in NYC are disproportionately concentrated on streets in high-poverty neighborhoods, according to a new Department of Health analysis.
Tonight DOT will present the plan for a Fifth Avenue protected bike lane to the Manhattan CB 5 transportation committee.