Skip to Content
Streetsblog New York City home
Streetsblog New York City home
Log In
    • CBS Reporter Bob Simon, Passenger in Town Car, Killed in West Side Highway Crash (NYT, News, Post)
    • DOT Improves Lincoln Square Bowtie Plan With Columbus Avenue Bike Lane Extension (DNA)
    • Uptown Residents Want More Protected Bike Lanes as Citi Bike Plans Expansion (Spectator)
    • MTA Already Has More Debt Than Cuba, Syria, at Least 30 Other Nations (News, Post)
    • Yet Funding the Capital Plan Doesn't Seem High on the Agenda (Advance, 2nd Ave Sagas, Crain's 1, 2)
    • Ratner May Build Tower on Site of Barclays Center Plaza at Atlantic and Flatbush (AY Report via Curbed)
    • NJ, S.I., East River Ferry Services Saw Ridership Increase About 7 Percent Last Year (Post)
    • Vallone, Koo, Ferreras Want de Blasio to Extend Ferry Plan to Flushing Bay (TL)
    • Sunnyside Yards Housing Plan: Community Board Is Wary (TL); Cuomo Is Combative (NYT)
    • Holly Leicht Urges Bronxites to Stop Attacking Plan to Extend Hudson River Greenway (Riverdale Press)
    • NYPD Replacing Three-Wheeled Motor Scooters With Smart Cars (Post, WCBS)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from Streetsblog New York City

Deal Reached: Hochul Says ‘Sammy’s Law’ Will Pass

The bill, though imperfect, has been four years in the making.

April 18, 2024

Komanoff: A ‘Noise Tax’ Can Ground NYC Helicopters

A proposed $400 “noise tax” on “nonessential” flights is a start — and it will work.

April 18, 2024

Thursday’s Headlines: Welcome to the War on Cars, Scientific American

Our favorite story yesterday was this editorial in an unexpected place. Plus other news.

April 18, 2024

Meet the MTA Board Member and Congestion Pricing Foe Who Uses Bridges and Tunnels For Free Every Day

Mack drives over the transportation authority's bridges and tunnels thanks to a rare perk of which he is the primary beneficent.

April 18, 2024

Randy Mastro Aspires to Join Mayor’s Inner Circle of Congestion Pricing Foes

The mayor's reported pick to run the city Law Department is former deputy mayor under Rudy Giuliani and notorious foe of bike lanes and congestion pricing.

April 18, 2024
See all posts