A movie screening for a film about the New York subway, Queens route, sponsored by the Electric Railroaders Association, New York Division.
Auto-Free New York‘s monthly meeting will be a field trip to see Newark’s new light rail line, which opened July 17, 2006.
In conjunction with a new exhibition, Jane Jacobs and the Future of New York, eight walking tours will take participants to places associated with Jane Jacobs’ life and work and to communities that illustrate her planning principles — or call them into question. Battery Park City: A New Neighborhood RisesThe planners of Battery Park City […]
TLC Preparing Two Pilot Programs for Cab Ride Sharing (NYT, News, Post) MTA Board Chair, Interim CEO Both Angling for New Transit Chief Job (News) Business Is Booming for Street Vendors Along Pedestrian Broadway (Post) Sunset Park Car Owners Want Relaxed Alt-Side Parking Rules Too (News) Vanderbilt Ave in Prospect Heights Will Get Summer Streets […]
Something to look forward to: Next week’s New Yorker is running a lengthy feature story on New York City bicycling and Critical Mass by Ben McGrath.
Julie Sze will talk about her new book, Noxious New York. It touches on how racial minorities and low-income communities often suffer disproportionate effects of urban environmental problems. Co-presented by Transportation Alternatives and UPROSE.