Congestion Pricing Opponents Are Blocking Disabled Access to Mass Transit, Politicians Charge
Just as the MTA begins speeding up new elevator construction, congestion pricing opponents are poised to stop it.
Legislation Introduced in Georgia to Fight Temporary License Plate Fraud
The bill is the most significant effort yet to stop the flow of fraudulent paper tags from Georgia car dealerships to New York City streets.
Community Board Backs DOT Road Diet for Brooklyn’s Deadly Third Av.
“This is just a beginning of what we could do to fix our community,” said one board member. “This is not done, this is not where we finish off.”
Friday’s Headlines: More Lunch Consumption Edition
Streetfilms goes to Paris. Plus more news.
Advocates Slam Albany Pols for Using Transit Fund to Encourage Driving
Gov. Hochul and state legislators in Albany are spending a congestion pricing-adjacent fund on toll rebates for drivers and showing zero interest in bus or rail, transit advocates charged.
Serious Crash in Greenpoint Again Reveals Flaws in City Design, Enforcement Against Reckless Drivers
A woman was seriously injured — and is clinging to life — because a driver with a long record of recklessness slammed into her on a Greenpoint Street as she came home with milk.
POWER PLAY: City Moves to Put Thousands More E-Car Chargers on the Sidewalk
We should stop and think before giving over curbside space to car drivers, a mistake the city made in the 1950s.
Bill to Cut Vehicle Miles in New York Would Also Reduce Traffic Deaths, Costs and Pollution
"As this data makes clear, a new approach will not only protect our climate, but also make New York a safer, more affordable place to live," said state Sen. Andrew Gounardes.
Thursday’s Headlines: Celebrate What’s Good About Our City Edition
It's now less than one week til the annual "Public Space Awards" on Thursday. Get your tickets now. Plus other news.
Underhill Ave. Still In Limbo Two Weeks After Mayor Promised Decision in ‘A Day Or So’
The mayor's perception of time differs from that of mere mortals, but he did say on Feb. 5 that he would decide "in a day or so." It's been two weeks.