Kevin Duggan joined Streetsblog in October, 2022, after covering transportation for amNY. Duggan has been covering New York since 2018 after getting his masters in journalism from Dublin City University in Ireland. After some freelancing, he landed a job with Vince DiMiceli’s Brooklyn Paper, where he covered southern Brooklyn neighborhoods and, later, Brownstone Brooklyn. He’s on Twitter at @kduggan16. And his email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adams Says He’ll Ban Parking Near 1,000 Intersections Every Year To Make Corners Safer
The city will daylight 1,000 intersections a year. A Brooklyn corner where a boy was killed in a crash is still waiting for the safety upgrades.
Eyes on the Street: Long Island City Bike Lanes Are a Good Start — But More Needed
The city unveiled three new protected bike lanes in Long Island City, but advocates want more to fill in a neighborhood-wide safe cycling network.
Eric Adams’s McGuinness Blvd. Capitulation Did ‘Nothing’ for Pedestrians, Greenpoint Pols Charge
Mayor Adams's watered down bike lane redesign of McGuinness Boulevard failed to improve pedestrian safety, elected officials charged.
Pols Detail ‘Road Map’ For Safe Streets in Western Queens
A group of western Queens lawmakers released a plan for street safety projects they want to see before 2030.
EYES ON THE STREET: Berry Street Bike Boulevard Is a Model for Low-Traffic Streets
Berry Street has become a model for what low-traffic streets can look like.
Bridge Vending Ban Gains Public Support As Vendors Beg For Compromise
The street vendor "span ban" got a lot of support at a public hearing Wednesday.
‘Blue Highway’ Blues: A Maritime Freight Pier is Coming to Downtown Heliport … By 2029
It's progress, but does it really take five years to build a barge — especially one that's been in talks for five years already?
Want More Rapid Bus Transit? Build Real Bus Rapid Transit
Johannesburg, Mexico City, Buenos Aires, Bogotá and even Cleveland can do it, so why can’t New York?
‘Death Waiting to Happen’: North Brooklynites Call for Safer Morgan Ave
The avenue is a key, but deadly, link in north Brooklyn.
Two More Community Boards Join Push For Universal Daylighting
The community board groundswell for more daylighting intersections isn't slowing down any time soon.