Mayor de Blasio — who has it much easier than his predecessor when it comes to urban amenities — should follow the bike-share playbook, says a co-host of the "War on Cars" podcast.
"Some of these dealerships just don't care and now a woman is dead because a car was driving on the sidewalk," Brannan said.
"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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He's not mayor yet, but Scott Stringer still has a to-do list for the federal government to help upgrade the city's infrasturcutre.
“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.