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 email@example.com.
Eyes on the Street: Bronx’s Gun Hill Rd. Bus Project Gets a Lot Right
Gun Hill Road looks a lot better thanks to the new bus lanes.
‘Dysfunction’: Adams Again Stalls McGuinness Blvd. Safety Redesign for Further ‘Analysis’
The Adams administration will conduct more "analysis" before finalizing its redesign of deadly McGuinness Boulevard — and street safety advocates are stunned.
Outdoor Dining: What Will the April-to-December Program Look Like?
The race for outdoor dining designs — and warehousing them in the winter — is on.
Advocates to DOT: End All Parking at T-Shaped Intersections
They want to safely “cross the T," everywhere.
Not Just Park Row: NYPD Has Made the Civic Center ‘Hostile’ to Residents
New Yorkers want a Civic Center worthy of its name.
Double-Wide Bike Lanes Coming to 10th Ave in Hells Kitchen
Tenth Avenue is getting a bike lane size to match its name.
Sanitation Ends Hells Kitchen Containerized Trash Pickup Pilot Early
These garbage containers must make way for the next generation of containers.
‘Broadway Vision’ Could Mean Bike Boulevard Near Union Square
How about a two-way bike- and pedestrian-friendly route on the city's most famous roadway?
NYPD Offers Few Details About Supposed Crackdown on Illegal Mopeds
The NYPD conducted a weekend blitz of illegal mopeds and other devices — but beyond that, the agency isn't saying much.
Congestion Pricing Tunnel Credits Would Help New Jersey Drivers Over New Yorkers
New York drivers would have to shoulder a greater share of the cost of congestion pricing — and more motorists would come into the Big Apple from New Jersey — if transit officials give congestion toll discounts to people using existing tunnels, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority revealed yesterday.