Serious Crash in Greenpoint Again Reveals Flaws in City Design, Enforcement Against Reckless Drivers
A woman was seriously injured — and is clinging to life — because a driver with a long record of recklessness slammed into her on a Greenpoint Street as she came home with milk.
Friday’s Headlines: More Lunch Consumption Edition
Streetfilms goes to Paris. Plus more news.
Community Board Backs DOT Road Diet for Brooklyn’s Deadly Third Av.
“This is just a beginning of what we could do to fix our community,” said one board member. “This is not done, this is not where we finish off.”
Thursday’s Headlines: Celebrate What’s Good About Our City Edition
It's now less than one week til the annual "Public Space Awards" on Thursday. Get your tickets now. Plus other news.
Underhill Ave. Still In Limbo Two Weeks After Mayor Promised Decision in ‘A Day Or So’
The mayor's perception of time differs from that of mere mortals, but he did say on Feb. 5 that he would decide "in a day or so." It's been two weeks.
Data Dive: More Delivery Workers are Registering Their Mopeds
“If you have plates, [the police] won’t summons you,” Junior Pichardo told Streetsblog the other day on Flatbush Avenue. “They won’t bother you.”
Why Your City Needs a Walkability Study
Two urbanism rockstars are joining forces to bring a game-changing analysis to more cities — and spilling some trade secrets about low-cost design strategies that get people moving.
Wednesday’s Headlines: No Times Like This Times Edition
Did the metro editors at the Times have drinks with their New York Post counterparts last week? Plus other news.
Komanoff: What Was Left Unsaid to Congestion Pricing Opponents
Politicians can be diplomatic, but subject matter experts have a responsibility to say the quiet part out loud. Charles Komanoff learned that last Thursday at the latest congestion pricing gripefest.
Henry Hudson Bridge Will Get a Real Bike Lane By 2025
The path will close for construction this fall.
Pay Up: TransAlt Wants Delivery Apps to Stem ‘Chaos’ on the Streets
"There are knee-jerk responses that don't work and then there are responses that look system-wide," said Danny Harris, the group's executive director.
City Spends $350K on Failed Bid to Fix Traffic From Red Hook’s Cruise Ships
And the ships still bring traffic havoc to the neighborhood.
Congestion Pricing Disability Exemption Better Not Rely on License Plates: Advocates
Disabled driver plates, especially those from out of state, are easy to get and aren't always even used to transport disabled people who are entitled to a toll exemption.
Thursday’s Headlines: Lawsuits vs. Subway Improvements Edition
Anti-congestion pricing lawsuits have officially stopped the MTA capital program in its tracks. Plus more news.
Tuesday’s Headlines: Behind the Anti-Congestion Pricing Headlines Edition
The Post lobs another anti-congestion pricing trial balloon, with a characteristically misleading headline. Plus more news.
Exclusive: EPA Endorsed Congestion Pricing After MTA Resolved Initial Concerns
This previously secret assessment entirely undermines several lawsuits against the tolling program.