Skip to Content
Streetsblog New York City home
Streetsblog New York City home
Log In
    • Prospects for Tappan Zee Transit Have Been Dimming Since Cuomo Was Elected (Transpo Nation)
    • DOT Axes Baruch College Plaza Plan, Rosie Mendez Demands Explanation (DNAinfo)
    • MTA Contract Negotiations Officially Begin With TWU Demands (Crain'sPost)
    • Bike Rooms Boom in Office Buildings, at Least During Real Estate Slump (NYT)
    • Molinaro: Staten Island Toll Discount Aided by Cuomo, Blocked by Christie (Advance)
    • Bikes Allowed Rapid Response as Protesters Reacted to City Raid on Zuccotti Park (Transpo Nation)
    • Kimmelman: Parking Minimums Impede Construction of Small, Affordable Units (NYT)
    • Details Emerge About Silver's San Juan Bike Crash (NYT)
    • Police Crash Into Mercedes, Sending Car Through Rite Aid Door (Times-Ledger)
    • Deputy Mayor Joe Lhota Wanted Mayoral Control Over MTA (NYT)
    • Markowitz Testifies on Ped-Friendly Fourth Avenue Rezoning to City Council (Post)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from Streetsblog New York City

Hochul Must Put Up or Shut Up on Congestion Pricing, New Senate Transportation Chair Says

Gov. Hochul must produce a "100-day plan" to replace the $16.5 billion MTA funding shortfall created by her decision to cancel congestion pricing.

July 24, 2024

DOT Begins Safety Upgrades for Atlantic Av. But Locals Want More

Some changes are coming for Atlantic, but they're not enough, say street safety advocates.

July 24, 2024

MTA Contractor Scrambles to Refund Fake Charges After OMNY ‘Upgrade’ Goes Awry

Cubic is working to issue refunds to riders improperly charged thanks to the glitch, a spokesman said.

July 24, 2024

Podcast: GOP’s ‘Project 2025’ is ‘Based on a Lot of Ignorance’

What does Transportation for America's Beth Osborne think of the transportation portion of the Heritage Foundation's playbook for a Trump presidency?

July 24, 2024

Hochul’s Congestion Pricing ‘Pause’ Will Cost Area Companies Billions

A new analysis shows what districts will suffer the most from the loss of $12 billion in capital funding.

July 24, 2024
See all posts