Here we slow again.
Seven months after Mayor de Blasio first announced it, after months of pushback and even a court case, the city's long-stalled Main Street busway finally started rolling on Tuesday.
Our loss is now America's gain — Polly Trottenberg has been nominated to be the deputy Transportation Secretary in the Biden Administration, it was widely reported on Monday.
Isn't the city awesome without cars?
We're going to take today off to honor Martin Luther King Jr. but we'll be back tomorrow with lots of important information. For now, here's what you might have missed over the weekend:
A new lawsuit seeks the hiring of a monitor to oversee the NYPD — something both the mayor and Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said was unnecessary. Our cartoonist begs to differ.