Advocates and politicians call it the start of car-free streets and zones throughout the City by the Bay.
Crashes are down 10 percent, possibly became drivers are starting to change their behavior now that there are more cameras, and they're operating eight more hours per day.
Doug Gordon finally comes clean about his cool, life-saving bit of tactical urbanism. Plus all the other news from yesterday (including a gentle jibe at the Times's car-loving Metropolitan Diary!).
"Cash-strapped" is not just a cute adjective that always precedes the noun "MTA." It's a harsh reality.
Some American cities are bucking a years-long trend of declining transit ridership — but much depends on whether the system is good or bad (as we certainly know here in NY!).
Just 10 employees of the United States Postal Service have been disciplined for vehicular crashes in the last three years.