Today’s Headlines

  • City Report: Pedestrian Deaths More Prevalent on Streets in Low-Income NYC Neighborhoods (AMNY)
  • Was the Driver Who Killed Skylar Perkins Distracted By a Device? (Post)
  • NYPD Has Arrested a Man for the Hit-and-Run Killing of Giovanni Nin (Post)
  • GOP Mayoral Candidate Paul Massey Was Busted for Driving Drunk in 2010 (News)
  • Amtrak Derailment at Penn Station Threw Friday Commuter Rail Service Into Chaos (DNA 1, 2)
  • City Council Focusing on Citi Bike Expansion, Fair Fares This Week (AMNY)
  • Meanwhile, Vincent Gentile Mines Motorist Resentment (Bklyn Paper)
  • Queens Chronicle Roots for Trump to Deprive NYC of Funds for Woodhaven SBS
  • Gothamist: No, We Don’t Need Pedestrian Signals Right at Eye Level
  • Abandon All Hope, Ye Who Click on This Brooklyn Paper Bike Lane Content

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  • Larry Littlefield

    Did Gentile vote for the 20/50 pension the TWU went on strike for in 2003 after Pataki vetoed it? It think yes, since it was a unanimous vote, as they all are.

    And did the TWU then endorse him, and fund his campaign?

    How high would the fares and tolls be if he got his way? Perhaps there should be a special higher toll for anyone who lives in this bum’s district.

    This stunt in an attempt to distract what he stands for — pay more in exchange for less for cronies cashing out and heading for Florida.

  • Reader

    Like many community board members, Tom Murphy should not be in charge of transportation policy for such a large amount of New Yorkers.

  • djx

    C’mon – lighten up on Massey and drunk driving. That was so long ago – seven years! He was just a kid. Who among us hasn’t driven drunk? Boys will be boys.