“It’s a really strong proposal. It replicates what was done on Prospect Park West almost a decade ago that has worked very well,” said one board member.
An upstate lawmaker appears ready to stop a bill that no real New Yorker would ever have introduced — Queens Senator John Liu's absurd bill to empower the NYPD to write tickets to "distracted" pedestrians.
Legendary cycling advocate — and security theater expert — Charles Komanoff weighs in on Friday's Secret Service hold on the Queensboro Bridge during the president's visit to the East Side.
The taxi industry is a Ponzi scheme, the New York Times reported in a massive, two-part Brian Rosenthal investigation on Sunday. Click the headline above for links to that story, and so many more, in today's news digest!
Even though there's only been a doze-plus episodes, "War on Cars" has struck a nerve in ways that no other podcast could.
Last October, the Department of Transportation presented to Community Board 7 a $150- to 200-million plan to renovate the Rotunda at West 79th Street in Riverside Park. The Rotunda is topped by a traffic circle that cyclists use to get to the Hudson River Greenway, the busiest bike route in the country. For years, cyclists […]