Today’s Headlines

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  • Media Try to Rouse Interest in Today’s Runoffs (Post, News, NYT)
  • 12-Year-Old Brooklyn Girl Critically Injured by Hit-and-Run Driver (Post, NY1)
  • Drunk Off-Duty Cop Kills Brooklyn Pedestrian, Charged With Manslaughter (NYT, Post, Post)
  • Driver, Second Officer Suspended (NY1, NYT); DWI Evidence May Be Botched (News 1, 2)
  • Officer in Charge of NYPD Parking Crackdown Busted for Placard Abuse (Post)
  • Robert Sullivan: Time to Bring Multi-Modalism Back to the Brooklyn Bridge (NYT)
  • Is the MTA Coming Around on Data Sharing? (NYT)
  • Capital Plan Includes Support for Long Island TOD (MTR)
  • Manhattan BID Proposes Revamp of Traffic-Choked Greenwich South (City Room)
  • Developer Wants More Parking to Offset Building Costs; Bronx CB Balks (R’dale Press)
  • National Park Service Favors Auto Traffic to Recreation (GGW via

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • a cyclist

    Yesterday I saw peds walking 3 across in the bike lane. it was rush hour for the sidewalk but it did not look that full. to my discredit, i’m a biker on a bike going w/ traffic who wants to use the bike lane to prolong my own life.

  • neil

    what did you do/say?

  • The placard cop: here’s some placard fun I spotted last week:

  • Josh

    The cover story of today’s AM New York is about bus lanes. The big headline is “LANE PAIN” and the smaller front page caption reads “Some say city’s bus paths create more problems than they solve.” This doesn’t really reflect the actual contents of the article, which mainly seems to say that bus lanes have resulted in a decrease in travel time by up to 20%, but are less effective than they should be because of lack of enforcement (e.g., traffic agents can’t write tickets for driving in bus lanes, cameras are only used sparingly for bus lane enforcement). There is, of course, a token quote from a livery cab driver who objects to having some of his street space taken away.

  • Geck

    I am not crazy about giving up the elevated deck on the Brooklyn Bridge (to ride bellow with traffic). And the elevated path is totally adequate for all users during the morning commute.