OPINION: What Should Be Done About Canal Street?By Annie Weinstock | | No Comments
The nostrums are no mystery. Rather than doing a million more studies, the city should just fix it.
OPINION: Progressives Should Support the Gowanus RezoningBy Annie Weinstock | | No Comments
NIMBY opponents are throwing everything they can at the plan. But they aren't looking at the real benefits.
Opinion: Why Curbside Bus Lanes Aren’t GreatBy Annie Weinstock | | No Comments
As a bus advocate, I have been skeptical of curbside bus lanes. Here's how to make them better.
Keep L Train Passengers Moving With Great BRTBy Walter Hook and Annie Weinstock | | 23 Comments
The news that Sandy-related repairs will require closing one or both directions of the L train under the East River (the “Canarsie Tube”) for one to three years has understandably caused panic among the estimated 230,000 daily passengers who rely on it. Businesses in Williamsburg that count on customers from Manhattan are also concerned about a […]
State Interference in Nashville BRT Could Have National ImplicationsBy Annie Weinstock | | No Comments
Annie Weinstock is the regional director for the U.S. and Africa at the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy. Last week saw the quiet death of the misguided, Koch brothers-funded Tennessee Senate Bill 2243, which would have effectively banned real bus rapid transit in Tennessee. The Senate’s outrageous overreach, attempting to prohibit transit from using dedicated […]