Today’s Headlines

  • De Blasio: City Won’t Give Cuomo More for MTA Until He Proves He’ll Spend It Well (News, NYTAMNY)
  • Zack Fink Nails His Take on the Feud (NY1); Daily News and Errol Louis Miss the Mark
  • Which Agency Will Pay for Cuomo’s Extravagant Bridge Lights? Gov Keeps Changing His Story (Politico)
  • AMNY Rounds Up the Worst Subway Disruptions of 2017
  • Cuomo Ally John Samuelsen Tells WNYC TWU’s Subway Prescription, Including More $$$ From de Blasio
  • Upper East Siders Speak Out Against MTA Cuts to Crosstown Bus Service (DNA)
  • DOT Studying Bike Safety at Intersections, Will Release Results Early Next Year (DNA)
  • Wrenching Interview With Benjamin Tello, Who Lost His Brother Alejandro to Hit-and-Run Driver (News)
  • Dispatches From the Perpetual Effort to Keep Trash Off the Tracks (NYT, AMNY)
  • The Post Presents the Uninformed Motorist’s View of Transit Signal Priority
  • It’s Hard to Set Up Play Streets When Imperious Neighbors Get to Shoot Them Down (DNA)

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  • cjstephens

    That was the problem – there was the volume necessary for a pedestrianized street, but there was also the need for delivery vehicles to have access. To my mind, a street that is a little accessible to motor vehicles is like being a little pregnant. Pedestrians and motor vehicles just don’t mix. And yes, I know about the woonerf concept, but I don’t see that happening here.