Today’s Headlines

  • City to Show Commercial Carting Reforms in Closed-Door Session Today (Politico)
  • Deep Dive Into “Nocturnal Wild West” of Commercial Carting and Effort to Transform It (Comm Obs)
  • Inside the City Council Maneuvering to Foil Zone-Based Commercial Waste Collection (Crain’s)
  • NYPD Arrests Prince Edmonds, 19, for Killing Robert Craigwell With Van at S.I. Courthouse (Advance)
  • How Marty Golden’s Speed Cam Announcement Played in the Local Press (Bklyner, Reporter, Daily)
  • William Finnegan Tells Nancy Solomon What He Learned About Andy Byford and the MTA (WNYC)
  • Whiners Win — No Dockless Bike-Share for Coney Island Until the Fall (Bklyn Paper)
  • Happy Election Season: Cuomo Touts New Plaza and “Streetscape” Upgrades for South Bronx (AMNY)
  • 78th Precinct Shamed Into Towing Park Slope Dumpstermobile (Bklyn Paper)

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  • Daphna

    But if the dockless bike share does not get installed for the trial in Coney Island, then that disturbs the whole time frame and comparison of the different vendors vying for the contract. It is so frustrating that the city keeps catering to people who are afraid of change and looking out only for their own interests, and who do not care about making their city safer, more accessible and providing more affordable transit options.