Today’s Headlines

  • Obama Admin Begs Christie and Cuomo to Get It Together on Trans-Hudson Rail (NYT, WNYC, Capital)
  • WNYC Examines Why Left Turns Are So Deadly to Pedestrians
  • So, Albany, What Are You Going to Do About the MTA Capital Plan Gap? (News)
  • Zero Vision: De Blasio Spends $15 Million on Arthur Kill Road Widening in Staten Island (Advance)
  • Health Department: Traffic Remains Top Killer of NYC Children (Capital)
  • Hit-and-Run Driver Who Ran Red, Killed 9-Year-Old Girl in Van Sentenced Up to 12 Years (News, Post)
  • Queens Judge Keeps Attempted Murder Hate Crime Charges Against Driver Who Dragged Sikh Man (TL)
  • Vernon Blvd Bikeway Upgrades Were Top Winner on Van Bramer’s Participatory Budgeting Ballot (DNA)
  • Citi Bike Parent Company Hires a “Related” Company to Search for More Sponsors (Crain’s)
  • Complaining About Cars in Bike Lanes? The 84th Precinct’s Twitter Account Will Block You (Gothamist)
  • Tomorrow Afternoon: Help DOT Plan Bike Lanes in Bushwick (Bklyn Paper)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • BBnet3000

    Trying to ride in Bike Lanes? The 84th Precinct’s Officers Will Block You (Gothamist)

  • erica holder

    Has anyone else seen the new detour around the reservoir path in Central Park? There are barriers that give about 20 percent space for pedestrians, 80 percent for the police and Conservancy cars that park there on the bridle path. Naturally everyone’s running in the “parking lot,” because there’s not enough room to pass all the baby strollers and couples on the part allocated to pedestrians.