As people gathered to protest government inaction on climate change on Friday, a Queens judge walked nine blocks to decide if the city can prioritize tens of thousands of transit riders over a few dozen car owners.
The goal, the agency said earlier this week, would be to pick stations that would fill immediate gaps so that riders will no longer ever be more than two stops from a station with an elevator.
A Queens senior citizen was killed by a driver as he walked — in a crosswalk — in a residential portion of Jamaica, police said on Friday.
Why city transportation activists should seek alliances with pro-growth groups.
“All bus stops should have bollards,” Council Member Chaim Deutsch said.
The MTA cuts service along the busiest line in Brooklyn — plus all the other news to start your weekend off right.