Death. Rampant reckless driving. Overdue repairs. Failure to keep New Yorkers safe. This is the story of the de Blasio administration's oversight of New York City's dangerous roadways from July through October last year, a report reveals.
Injuries caused by city employees behind the wheel of their taxpayer-funded government cars cost the city close to $150 million in settlements last year — 33 percent more than they did just one year earlier, a new report shows.
Department of Transportation Commissioner Hank Gutman is finally putting his experience as a copyright lawyer to good use, with a plan to sue the city of Boston for theft of New York's intellectual property in the form of its protected bike lane designs.