The debate followed its moderators' framing of topics that are certainly important — policing, homelessness, the economy, and education — but Streetsblog readers can be forgiven if they tuned out: the word "transportation" was not uttered once.
Yes, Bronx residents will get amazing commuter-rail service — but what will the fare be? No one is talking.
"We need to have Citi Bike in all of our neighborhoods, not just some," the candidate said. "And if we have to subsidize it, then that’s what we’ll need to do.
"This is crucial to a recovery for all of us — to have safety and streets that work," he said.
We're told we'll have a busy day today with the latest "Streets Week!" announcements from the de Blasio administration. So let's get right to the news.
Why can't we do this everywhere?