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Kevin Duggan

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

Pols Let Suffolk Co. Red Light Cams Expire, Inviting Deadlier Streets

Long Islanders should be red hot mad that streets are about to become less safe.

June 19, 2024

Someday, You May be Able to Activate Open Streets with Fewer City Hurdles

It could get easier and cheaper to organize hopscotch or hula hoop on open streets.

June 18, 2024

Upper West Side ‘Smart Curbs’ Must Think Bigger: Advocates

Enthusiasm for the "smart curbs" plan was a bit muted, though there is a little for everyone in it. But not enough for Don Shoup!

June 17, 2024

Albany Roundup: Some Victories as Congestion Pricing Drama Dominated

State pols did a good bit better than last year, but there's still plenty of room to grow.

June 14, 2024

Pickleball, Dog Run Coming To Plaza Under Brooklyn Bridge

The lots sandwiching the Brooklyn Bridge will reopen for the first time in 15 years.

June 12, 2024

Hochul Ditches $10K Car Dealer Fundraiser Amid Congestion Pricing Uproar

The Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association was slated to host a $10,000-a-ticket reception for the governor.

June 10, 2024

INSIDE THE MTA: Hochul’s Congestion Pricing U-Turn Leaves Transit Agency ‘Dejected,’ ‘Shellshocked’

“It’s fucked up what she’s doing to New Yorkers," remarked one MTA employee. But the problem is deeper than just anger.

Spin Zone: Fact-Checking Hochul’s Congestion Pricing Video

Hochul's logic for abandoning congestion pricing was dubious, and her commitment to her stated gridlock and climate goals are in the dustbin.

June 5, 2024

Pols Slam City For Giving Rogue Carters Permits for New Zones

Why did the city hire a waste carter which has paid out half a million for violations?

June 4, 2024