Transit and safe streets are the foundation for climbing out of the coronavirus pandemic because street safety and transit improvements "can boost mobility, access, safety, and resiliency," a coalition of groups argue.
A bipartisan group of U.S. senators revealed a coronavirus compromise bill on Tuesday morning that provides less than half of what transit agencies need, an offer that advocates and transit agencies greeted with like being given a lump of coal on Christmas.
Advocates are hopeful that incoming President Biden will fast-track congestion pricing so that they can still start in 2021. But how would such a thing happen? Here's our latest deep dive into the issue.
At a ceremonial ribbon-cutting of a new protected bike lane on Flatbush Avenue on Thursday, DOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg shrugged off concerns that the city's many unprotected bike lanes don't make cyclists feel comfortable.