Capital Idea: MTA Spending Pours Cash into Every District in the State, Report Says
Bridge Vending Ban Gains Public Support As Vendors Beg For Compromise
The street vendor "span ban" got a lot of support at a public hearing Wednesday.
Komanoff: The Congestion Toll Solution That Could Have Been
Rest in Peace, 15-9-3. Let’s hope whatever toll rabbit the panel pulls out of the hat this month breeds contentment, not contempt.
NYPD Driver Pleads ‘Not Guilty’ in Killing of 7-Year-Old
Stephanie Sharp's lawyer said the young boy's death was an "accident" for which she should not face charges.
Thursday’s Headlines: About that Citi Bike Report Edition
The big story yesterday was Comptroller Brad Lander's "report" on the alleged failure of Lyft in its management of Citi Bike. Plus other news.
Bus Ridership is Near 2019 Levels (If You Count the People Who Don’t Pay)
In September, bus ridership was close to 2.3 million people — near the totals in the pre-pandemic halcyon of 2019 — if you include riders who didn't pay.
Update: Bike Rider Critically Injured by Dump Truck Driver in Downtown Brooklyn
A cyclist was struck and critically wounded by the driver of a massive dump truck at one of the busiest intersections in Brooklyn this afternoon.
NYPD Christens New Busway with Livingston Street Tow-A-Palooza
The launch of New York City's newest busway was heralded Tuesday by the mid-afternoon arrival of NYPD tow trucks.
Wednesday’s Headlines: Report Around the Clock Edition
It's going to be a busy day on the livable streets front today, with Streetsblog reporters fanning out across town. So get the jump on it, with our headlines.