Skip to Content
Streetsblog New York City home
Streetsblog New York City home
Log In
    • Lt. Gov Ravitch: Fees on Driving Will Happen, Eventually (News)
    • Bloomberg "Failed to Steer" Development on His Watch (NYT)
    • Matt Schuerman Profiles the Safe Yet Contentious Grand Street Bike Lane (WNYC)
    • The GMAC Bailout Is "Cash for Clunkers" By Another Name (WSJ, Naked Capitalism)
    • 5,000-Lb Hunk of Metal Snaps Off Bay Bridge, Closing It Indefinitely (NYT)
    • Gearheads for Livable Streets? Hot Rod Lover Gives Up "Soul Sucking, Dirty" City Driving (Slate)
    • City Council Raises Fine for Leaving a Car Idling and Unattended (AP)
    • Rash of Child Passenger Deaths Has News Calling for Action in Albany
    • Queens Dems to Back Jose Peralta in Primary Against Disgraced Monserrate (NY1)
    • News Goes After Arbitrator Who Decided MTA-TWU Contract
    • Word of the Day: "Doodyhead" (News, AMNY)

More headlines over at Streetsblog Capitol Hill. Also, some consolation for Yankee fans: At least Phillies Game 1 ace Cliff Lee is a straphanger.

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from Streetsblog New York City

New York City Roadway at Risk of Dramatic Decline As Deadline Looms

Fewer than two dozen restaurants are in the pipeline for roadside seating, according to public records.

July 12, 2024

Opinion: Congestion Pricing Is A Compromise

Alternatives paths to cut congestion and pollution and fund the MTA make congestion tolls look like a cheap parlor trick.

July 12, 2024

Friday’s Headlines: Department of Victim Blaming Edition

Traffic deaths in the city are on pace to reach their highest number since at least 2013 — and DOT is reportedly blaming "jaywalking." Plus more news.

July 12, 2024

‘Suburban’ Queens Stalwarts Take Hard Line Against Housing — To Rest of City’s Detriment

“That's what they bought in the suburbs for, that's why they raised their family in the suburbs," said Council Member Joann Ariola, whose district contains 14 subway stations.

July 11, 2024

DOT Seeks New Camera Enforcement Contract to Better Catch Obscured License Plates

The city's current contractor has let hundreds of thousands of reckless drivers off the hook.

July 11, 2024
See all posts