Brooklyn City Council candidate Justin Krebs is riding and walking more than 120 miles to gain a feel for each street's issues.
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"We're doing the most straightforward approach," a DOT official said. "It doesn't preclude [DOT] putting in what all feel is a better or more workable bike lane in the future."
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The fatal vehicle — a Jeep — has 10 serious moving violations on its record.
“Violent crime is skyrocketing in New York. Maybe parking is the big crime problem in New Paltz, but not in New York," said the campaign of the Brooklyn Borough President, one of the city's most notorious placard abusers.