Janette Sadik-Khan Talks Broadway With Brian Lehrer

The NYCDOT commish is about to go on air with WNYC’s Brian Lehrer — at this very instant — to discuss the city’s plans for a pedestrianized Broadway. Unfortunately I’m without radio at the moment. Feel free to supply running commentary.

  • That was brief.

  • Ben — you can stream WNYC live on their web site.

    You can also find audio archives of Lehrer’s show at the Show Archive link on the page you linked to above (today’s show is not yet available).

  • vnm

    Since Streetsblog doesn’t have timestamps in its posts, it would be great if you could say in the text of posts like this what time “this very instant” is.

  • Sarah Goodyear

    The episode is available online now: http://www.wnyc.org/shows/bl/episodes/2009/02/27

    She’s at the top of the first hour.


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Alex Marshall on Brian Lehrer Show, Like, Now

Streetsblog contributor Alex Marshall will be on this morning’s Brian Lehrer Show to talk about his post from last week on cyclists and traffic laws. The show starts at 10:00. Marshall’s segment has top billing on the Lehrer Show web page, so it will probably be one of the first segments be airing at 10:40 […]

Paul Steely White and Brian Lehrer Analyze DOT Plan

With more on DOT’s Sustainable Streets plan, here’s Transportation Alternatives’ Paul Steely White on this morning’s Brian Lehrer Show. Over the course of the 17 minute clip, White and Lehrer discuss parking policy, bike commuting and Bus Rapid Transit. Don’t miss the Streetsblog plug. Also this morning, Lehrer hosted New York Times reporter John Broder […]