Today’s Headlines

  • More on ‘Summer Streets‘ (NYT, News, Post, NY1, Crain’s, Gothamist)
  • Bill McKibben Gets Behind Kheel Plan (Plenty)
  • Transit Ridership — and Costs — Rise With Gas Prices (NPR)
  • Sander’s $10K Raise Draws Fire (News)
  • Shelly Silver Funds Free Bike Rentals Downtown (Daily Politics)
  • As End Nears for Columbia St. Reconstruction, Residents Ready to Return to Normal (Bklyn Paper)
  • NYT: Good Riddance to SUVs
  • Anheuser-Busch to Make Its Bronx Distribution Fleet Less Polluting (News)
  • French Truckers Protest Fuel Prices (NYT)
  • Segway Sales at All-Time High (Engadget)
  • Downtown has never been treated so well by Shelly. He should have to face a primary every year.

    I’m guessing this lip service he is now paying is going to go away right after his election lawyers succeed in getting his opponents tossed out or after the primary date, whichever comes first. Nice to be the king of pork.

  • The “era of the SUV” should’ve ended years ago. Nice of the NYT to be so far behind the curve.

  • Max Rockatansky

    Interestingly in the SUV article the top 4 selling cars are Hondas and Toyotas. Team USA!

  • And Shelly even has a nice deep basket in which lobbyists can drop their gifts.