Plenty of opportunities on the calendar this week to brainstorm the future of urban design. There’s also a chance to weigh in on present-day improvements to Broadway — and to choose the city’s next comptroller and public advocate. Tuesday: Primary day runoffs. Remember to vote! Polls are open from 6 a.m. – 9 p.m. Tuesday: […]
The monthly meeting of Auto-Free New York will include an open discussion of the transportation components of PlaNYC 2030 and Auto-Free New York’s Livable City Transport Plan. Read both plans and bring your comments!
George Bliss of will address a regular meeting of Auto-Free New York on the subject of "Pedicab Regulations and the Future of Green For-Hire Transportation in NYC."
A meeting of Auto-Free New York entitled "Strategies for Reducing Car Use in Manhattan" and featuring Megan Shane, Deputy Policy Director for Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer. Presented by the Institute for Rational Urban Mobility.
Obama Accelerates National Fuel Economy Standards, Caps Auto Emissions (NYT, Bloomberg, AP) NY Mag Calls Sadik-Khan ‘Equal Parts Jane Jacobs and Robert Moses’ Driver Hits and Kills 13-Year-Old Student in Flatbush; No Charges Filed (News, Post) House Climate Bill Funds Auto Industry But Not Transit (RT Rider via Streetsblog.net) Citing Anecdotes, News Says That Fare […]
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.