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Tune in to Brian Lehrer at 10:40am, WNYC, 93.9 FMBy Aaron Naparstek |
Open Planning Project Executive Director Mark Gorton and Department of Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan will be talking about this evening’s Upper West Side Streets Renaissance workshop with Jan Gehl on the Brian Lehrer Show, 93.9 FM, at 10:40am.
MTA Funding and Bike-Ped Relations on Brian LehrerBy Aaron Naparstek |
Starting at 10 a.m. on WNYC 93.9 FM, the Brian Lehrer Show, they’re talking about MTA funding and cyclist-pedestrian relations. I’m listening now to a caller from Mamaroneck complain about the idea of putting toll booths on the East River bridges. Lord help us.
“Modal Bias” on Brian Lehrer Today at 11:20 amBy Aaron Naparstek |
Streetsblog editor Aaron Naparstek will be talking with Brian and others about why motorists, cyclists and pedestrians don’t seem to get along too well these days. Feel free to call in. 93.9 FM. From the WNYC web site: Why cyclists, drivers and pedestrians can’t just get along, with Aaron Naparstek, editor of Streetsblog, a blog […]
Shoup on LehrerBy Aaron Naparstek |
Parking policy maven Donald Shoup will be on the Brian Lehrer show this morning, WNYC, 93.9 FM. He’ll be delving into the question: Is on-street parking too cheap in Manhattan? He’ll also be speaking tonight at 6pm: Fordham University – Pope Auditorium 113 W. 60th St. (at Columbus Av.) Manhattan By the way, check out […]
House Candidates Powell and Towns Taking Questions on WNYC TodayBy Ben Fried |
This year’s election coverage at Streetsblog is mostly focused on the primary races where seats in the state legislature are up for grabs, but we’ve also got some competitive congressional contests where the Democratic nomination is at stake. One of them is the 10th congressional district in Brooklyn, where 13-term incumbent Ed Towns faces a […]
Pedestrian Safety Discussion on Brian Lehrer NowBy Brad Aaron |
Brian Lehrer is talking pedestrian safety on WNYC right now, with TA’s Wiley Norvell and Thomas Yu of Community Board 3. The discussion is centered on, but not limited to, Chinatown, following last week’s pedestrian fatalities.