Today’s Headlines

  • U-Turn: Albany and Mayor on the Brink of a Congestion Pricing Deal (News, Sun)
  • At Long Last, a (Watered Down) Pricing Deal? (Daily Politics)
  • DOT Applies Its Signature Green Paint to DUMBO Plaza (Brownstoner)
  • Community-Based Traffic Calming & Mural for Deadly 3rd Ave. (Gowanus Lounge)
  • Old Martha’s Vineyard Ferry Will Serve Governor’s Island (Sun)
  • Big Rise Seen in Demand for Energy (NYT)
  • Chrysler Scraps Plans for New Imperial Luxury Sedan (NYT)
  • Auto Execs Always Complain Regulation Will Lead to Doom (New Yorker)
  • High Fines for Speeding Anger Virginians (NYT)
  • Exxon-Mobil Slowing Cleaning 1950s Brooklyn Oil Spill (NYT)
  • Guy Hits Every Starbucks in Manhattan, 171 of Them (News)
  • Did You Know You Could Request a City Bike Rack Online? (Gowanus Lounge)
  • mork

    Re “High Fines for Speeding Anger Virginians”

    Whaddya know: more automobilistic scofflaws upset about being asked to follow the rules.

  • Gizler

    I wish they had $1000 fines for the idiots who tear down narrow side streets in Greenpoint. It is constant – one every few minutes, and I wouldn’t be surprised if some of them hit 60. There seems to be no enforcement whatsoever.