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David Meyer

David was Streetsblog’s do-it-all New York City beat reporter from 2015 to 2019. He returned as deputy editor in 2023 after a three-year stint at the New York Post.

Tuesday’s Headlines: Shoup at 7 Edition

The world's foremost parking expert Donald Shoup beams into a Manhattan community board on Tuesday. Plus more news.

April 9, 2024

Monday’s Headlines: You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere Edition

NYPD rolls out a "windshield boot" to enforce against illegally parked trucks and persistent parking violators. Plus more news.

April 8, 2024

SEE IT: Streetopia’s Vision for West 72nd Street Puts People First

A new campaign aims to build support for a design that puts people over cars on the busy Upper West Side corridor.

April 3, 2024

Monday’s Headlines: Manhattan Needs Better Crosstown Bike Lanes Edition

Manhattan's crosstown protected bike lanes are a disaster. Plus more news.

April 1, 2024

Study: Microhubs and Last-Mile Cargo Bikes Can Save City $240M a Year

In this city, time is indeed money; delays cost the city over $243 million every year, the report estimates.

April 1, 2024

Thursday’s Headlines: Shakira Shakira Edition

Pop superstar Shakira performed for a crowd of 40,000 packed into the Times Square pedestrian plazas. Plus congestion pricing news and more.

March 28, 2024

Friday’s Headlines: Congestion Pricing Punching Bag Edition

It's open season on congestion pricing for New York City news editors. Plus more news.

March 22, 2024

Friday’s Headlines: Finally, You Can Bike to the Mets Edition

It's a game changer (see what we did there?)! Plus other news.

March 15, 2024

Transit Union Opposes Congestion Toll, Though Almost No Workers Will Pay

Just 1,500 subway workers and 700 bus workers report to work inside the tolling zone — 5.5 percent of the workforce. And of that, very few drive there.

March 13, 2024

Wednesday’s Headlines: Twisted Statistics Edition

Cyclist deaths hit a 23-year high in 2023 — but if you ask the New York Times, that grim statistic comes with a big asterisk. Plus more news.

March 6, 2024