Today’s Headlines

  • Push a 2-Year-Old? Reckless Endangerment (News); Drive Over and Kill a 2-Year-Old? No Charges.
  • Man Arrested for Hit-and-Run of Acquaintance Says It Was Accident; Victim Claims Assault (Advance 1, 2)
  • Flatbush Avenue Triangles Set for Permanent Reconstruction, Including Bioswales (Brownstoner)
  • Pay-by-Phone Parking Program Launches in Bronx (Post)
  • Gothamist: NYPD Doesn’t Really Enforce the Speeding Laws
  • UES Resident Won’t Believe Anything Good About Bike Lanes (DNA)
  • Second Avenue Sagas Dives Into Newly-Released 2012 Station-by-Station Subway Ridership Data
  • Citing Lack of Bike-Ped Path, Writer Asking for VNB Discount Says “Driving Is Necessary” (AMNY)
  • Car Fire Shuts Down Port Authority Bus Service (News)
  • Connecticut Ready to Spend $500 Million to Add One Lane Each Direction to 3 Miles of I-84 (MTR)
  • Bike Lanes on Track for Jewel Avenue and 69th Road in Queens (Q Chron)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Protest/demonstration idea: you go to an intersection like Delancey and Essex and hold up big signs during rush hour like, “Go ahead and run this light, the NYPD won’t stop you!” “Make that illegal left turn, the NYPD doesn’t care” “Go faster! The NYPD only gave out 14 speeding tickets here last year!”