Today’s Headlines

  • Kenny Valette, 20, Killed by Truck Driver Turning Off Cross Bronx Expressway Ramp (News)
  • Map Shows Greenpoint and W’Burg Citi Bike Stations Coming This Year (Bklyn Paper)
  • Bronx BP Diaz Wants Rezoning for Growth at Planned Metro-North Stations (Bx Times)
  • …In The Meantime, Suburban-Style Office Park and Retail Strip Proposed at Hutch Metro (Bx Times)
  • MTA Proposes Rerouting Buses Away From Deadly Intersection of Wyckoff and Palmetto (Q Chron)
  • Kallos Bill Would Put Locations of Towed Vehicles Online or on 311 (Capital, WCBS)
  • Post Covers City Council Bill That Would Require Residential Buildings to Allow Bikes in Elevators
  • New Jersey’s Transportation Trust Fund About to Go Broke, But Chris Christie Isn’t Worried (
  • Mitchell Moss: Midtown East Is a Model for Using Development to Fund Transit (Observer)
  • TWU and Jay Walder Try to Make Nice at Citi Bike (Crain’s)
  • DOT Tells Manhattan CB 3 It Will Study Traffic Calming on Cherry Street (Lo Down)

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  • HamTech87

    Re: Hutch Metro and MetroNorth in Bronx stories. Thanks to Streetsblog for highlighting the contradictions in these huge investments of private and public monies. The real irony is that the reporter, same person for both stories, doesn’t draw this out. Can someone with expertise in TOD please give this reporter a call?

  • AnoNYC

    The Hutch Metro Center is a disaster is planning. Suburban corridor in the Bronx, inaccessible to a large chunk of the pollution. Increasing traffic in the far eastern Bronx in addition to that pretty lame mall in Co-op City.

    I agree that the neighborhoods around the Metro North stations should get a more dense MX rezoning designation, but let’s include eliminating the parking minimums too.

    I live in the Bronx and I typically go clothing shopping in Manhattan. Better selection and more convenient via transit (quicker), plus lots of other things to do. The mall doesn’t attract my dollars at least.

  • Anon resident

    Hutch Metro Center houses the Bronx Chamber of Commerce…..and they do what???????