Today’s Headlines

  • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Two Pedestrians in Cypress Hills (News)
  • Driver Kills Man on 12th Ave at 46th Street; No Charges (News)
  • Politico, DNA Cover de Blasio’s Comments to Brian Lehrer on the L Train Shutdown
  • Optimistic Takes on What the Mayor’s Saying About Car-Free 14th Street (Post, AMNY)
  • Why London’s Fare Payment System Makes Sense for the MTA (2nd Ave Sagas)
  • New York Needs the G Train More Than Ever (NYT)
  • More Coverage of Vacca’s Decision to Override CB 10 on East Tremont Road Diet (BxTimes)
  • Trottenberg Doesn’t Rule Out an Extension of S.I. Ferry to E 34th Street (DNA)
  • 6 People Injured in Two-Car Crash in Mt. Eden (News)
  • DOT Safety Workshop for Flatbush/Atlantic Intersection Happening This Wednesday (DNA)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • DOT’s posturing on the SI ferry going to midtown — especially when you consider the mayor’s other ferry proposal — underscores how no one in this administration has a clue when it comes to comprehensive transit planning.

  • notsurprised

    Let’s see those bicycle safe passage numbers!

  • J

    Yep, the big proposal so far are: 1) SI Ferry to midtown, and 2) Ferry network, and 3) BQ Waterfront streetcar

    Meanwhile in the real world of the actual transportation network, the bus ridership is losing riders with no end in sight, and there is no comprehensive plan to address it. Subway issues are up, and congestion is up, with no plan to endorse MoveNY. Just pitiful flailing and pandering on the part of DeBlasio. What a hack.

  • bolwerk

    My impression of the problem with bus ridership is the users are moving or dying. The people who replace them are probably transplants who either need or prefer the subway.

  • Flakker

    You may know something I don’t, but this sounds to me like announcing they’re “studying” the problem to get Oddo to shut up for a while. Trottenberg does seem to have a clue, but serving two masters is impossible.

  • JudenChino

    whatever happened to the 5boro pizza eatting contest?

  • Greg


Today’s Headlines

Street Safety: No Longer an Afterthought for NYC Mayoral Candidates? (WSJ) Study Commissioned by Lappin and Garodnick Calls for More East Side Park Space (WSJ) Street Safety Came Up at AARP Mayoral Forum Where Weiner Did Something Dumb (CapNY) Speeding Driver Kills Himself by Crashing Into Parked Cars in East Flatbush (DNA) Four Weeks In, Majority […]

Today’s Headlines

Port Authority Wants NY Harbor to Handle More Cargo Than Any Other American Port (WSJ) Officer Confirms All Your Suspicions About How Cops View Traffic Enforcement (Gothamist, News, Post) Lentol: MTA Will Go Public With L Train Repair Plans in May (DNA) Impaired, Unlicensed Driver Hits and Kills Man on Moped in Glendale (News) School Bus Driver Critically Injures […]

Today’s Headlines

$300M Could Buy More Frequent Service and Better Station Entrances for L Train (DNA) Electeds and Advocates Press MTA for Upgrades to A/C Lines (AMNY) All About the Parking Magnate-Horse Carriage Ban-de Blasio Connection (Crain’s) Access-a-Ride Driver Kills Man on Neptune Ave in Brooklyn; No Charges (News) Parents Fight for Safer Streets Near PS 307 […]

Today’s Headlines

It’s Budget Crunch Time in Albany — How Will MTA Funding and Ride-Hailing Shake Out? (Politico) Drunk Big Rig Driver Kills Motorist By GWB and Flees (DNA, Post) SUV Driver Injures 37-Year-Old Woman on Upper East Side (DNA) Mother of Skylar Perkins Raising Money for Funeral Expenses (Gothamist) Jamaica Residents Frustrated By DOT’s Lack of […]

Today’s Headlines

Kimmelman: NYC Needs Smarter Parking Regs to Build an Affordable City (NYT) Welcome Back, Montague Street Tube and Interborough R Service (News, Post, NYT, WNYC) Cuomo Sees Subway Stormproofing as Hugely Ambitious of Himself (CapNY) Daily News Gives Prendergast a High-Five for Coming in On Time and Under Budget 2nd Ave Sagas: What Can We Learn […]

Today’s Headlines

Hit-and-Run Driver Kills David Pajarito-Mendez, 38, in Morrisania (News) The MTA Is Running Test Trains on the Second Avenue Subway (2nd Ave Sagas, AMNY, NY1, Post, DNA) De Blasio Should Recognize That Cyclists’ Safety Is More Important Than Car Drop-Offs (City Limits) Brooklyn Spoke: Bike a Mile in Our Shoes, Mr. Mayor Ferreras: Corona Counting on City Hall […]