Elected officials in Queens joined forces to seek a big bag of money to study reactivating an old transit right of way, the latest effort to move the project known as QueensLink off the conceptual page and into reality.
A Manhattan community board is generally supportive of a Department of Transportation plan to increase pedestrian space on Eighth Avenue while also narrowing the wild west roadway, but wants the agency to fully build out the changes with concrete, not just paint.
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Legislators might balk at providing the MTA with the kind of money it needs, but the agency's CFO (photo above) implored the state to act sooner rather than later in order to to keep mass transit alive.
New drivers for the first time will be tested on their knowledge of pedestrian and cyclist safety as a part of the requirements for obtaining a license in New York, according to a law that the governor signed Friday.
There were 15,947 reported vehicle crashes in the first quarter of 2022. The Department of Transportation examined 521 of those crash locations and took immediate action to improve safety at just three.