The scene where a bicyclist was seriously injured after being struck by an MTA bus on W125th Street near Lenox Avenue in New York, NY around 1:35 a.m. on January 19, 2014. (Photo/Christopher Sadowski)
Our big story today is investigative reporter Jesse Coburn's six-month investigation into roadways around city school buildings (hint: kids are uniquely endangered). Check it out, plus all the other news.
Nonetheless, e-bike incentives still aren't an easy sell among the groups that are best poised to create them.
A six-month Streetsblog investigation found that streets near schools are uniquely dangerous, with rates of crashes and injuries that exceed city averages — particularly near schools where most students are poor or children of color.
The Department of Transportation says it's working on it it, but nothing's been settled.
Here's a story about our least favorite upstate charcuterie. Plus other news.
The result, though, is a watered-down bill that shelved tools to rein in reckless drivers that its sponsors Sen. Andrew Gounardes and Assembly Member Deborah Glick said would be transformative.