“Violent crime is skyrocketing in New York. Maybe parking is the big crime problem in New Paltz, but not in New York," said the campaign of the Brooklyn Borough President, one of the city's most notorious placard abusers.
Activists were quick to pounce on Gutman as ill-informed and misfocused, given that the DOT should be focused solely on making roads safer, not on individual behavior.
We have met the enemy and it is the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.
What a glorious day it was on the livable street beat yesterday. Plus all the other news.
They say it'll be worth the wait.
The feds want to explicitly reward governments that put equity and sustainability first in their transportation projects. But some advocates are holding their applause until they see how the department will actually define those critical terms.