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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.

Wednesday’s Headlines: Unjustified Victory Lap Edition

Cyclist deaths are surging, but Mayor Adams is shining that turd. Plus other news.

August 16, 2023

Q&A: Two Barcelona Bike Activists On Mobilizing Against ‘Bikelash’

Streetsblog sat down with two cycling advocates from Barcelona to discuss their strategies for combating “bikelash.”

July 26, 2023

MTA’s ‘Hope’ for Eric Adams: ‘Stay With Us’ On Fordham Road

"Our hope is that we DOT stays with us and we're implementing this, hopefully, later this year," MTA New York City Transit President Richard Davey said.

July 20, 2023

Wednesday’s Headlines: Mayor Talks Traffic Safety Edition

The mayor suggested speed demons should have a designated track for their reckless behavior "like Floyd Bennett Field." Plus other news.

July 12, 2023

Friday’s Headlines: Gateway Tunnel Funding Edition

New York's own Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced the news at a press conference — plus other news.

July 7, 2023

Friday’s Headlines: Heastie’s Excuses Edition

On Thursday, we finally heard directly from man who refused to bring "Sammy's Law" to a vote. Plus other news.

June 30, 2023

With Fed OK in Hand, Hochul Goes Full-Speed Ahead on Congestion Pricing

Drivers stuck in congestion have an "incredible alternative," the governor said — "public transportation."

June 28, 2023

Tuesday’s Headlines: Remembering Richard Ravitch Edition

New York lost a civic titan over the weekend. Plus other news.

June 27, 2023

City Must Think Big on Canal Street, Survey Shows

Survey says: Fix this street! (Which, by the way, we've been talking about for decades.)

June 27, 2023

Thursday’s Headlines: Mayor Adams Blasts Food Delivery ‘Hypocrisy’ Edition

JOCO Concierge the latest attempt to provide a place for delivery workers to rest between jobs, though it won't be open to everyone.

June 15, 2023