Today’s Headlines

  • Corey Johnson Rips de Blasio for Subsidizing Ferry Rides But Not Fair Fares (News, Post)
  • Advocates for Poor New Yorkers Want to Sit Down and Talk Fair Fares With the Mayor (News)
  • New Yorkers Started Off the Week With a Hellacious Subway Commute (Gothamist)
  • Will the MTA Make L Train Substitute Stations ADA-Compliant By April 2019? (AMNY)
  • Stats Confirmed These Parents’ Worst Fears About Walking Kids to School Near NYC Drivers (Post)
  • Mark Treyger Wonders Why Coney Island Never Got a Cut of the Ferry Splurge (Eagle)
  • Somehow “Community Benefits” Cash Went Toward a Truck Parking Lot Linked to Vivian Cook (Post)
  • MTA Starts $45 Million Repair Job for 7 Train Elevated Structure in Jackson Heights and Corona (TL)
  • Bus Shelter Vendor/Outdoor Ad Giant JCDecaux at Odds With Expansion of LinkNYC Kiosks (Post)
  • Tony Avella Mad as Hell About Bioswales (TL)

More headlines at Streetsblog USA

  • cjstephens

    Again, the whole business model of LinkNYC is collecting data and selling it. The free WiFi is just incidental. Are you OK with that? And are you OK with the people who use it not being made aware of that unless they drill waaaay down in the Terms of Service that no one reads? And are you OK with this private company setting up surveillance cameras on every block? And are you OK with crowded sidewalks being littered with flashing billboards? Because it would seem that most people aren’t.