With summer behind us, the Streetsblog calendar is filling out with DOT street safety projects again. There are three meetings in Brooklyn related to DOT safety improvements on the docket this week.
The photos don't lie -- these protesters actually called some new stripes on the street a "Nazi lane."
It’s Not Just Capital Costs — MTA Operating Costs Much Higher Than Peer Agencies (Curbed) CBC: Tappan Zee Tolls Will Have to Double to Cover Costs of Cuomo’s Mega-Bridge (News) Trust Chris Christie and Donald Trump — Federal Funding for Gateway Is Definitely Coming (Politico) Report: NYPD’s Brooklyn Fare Evasion Arrests Target Black Neighborhoods (AMNY) […]
A law enforcement regime that doesn't take into account the relative capacity of bicycling and driving to cause harm is deeply flawed, and leads to scenarios like cops confiscating e-bikes from delivery workers as motorists kill seniors in crosswalks.
Dozens of people urged board members to make their support for DOT's project conditional on a specific commitment from the agency to add a protected bike lane on Fifth.
New research from UC Davis shows that cities must strengthen transit in response to the growth of ride-hailing services.