Opinion: The Fraught History of Cops and BikesBy Eric Schewe | | No Comments
It's a fine idea to get NYPD officers out of their SUV cruisers, onto bikes and into the community — but recent events show that our militarized police have used bikes as an instrument of oppression.
Residential-Parking Permits: An Idea Whose Time Has Come?By Eric Schewe | | 86 Comments
It's been tried all over the country, with some big hiccups. But parking management could succeed here. The key word is "could."
Op-Ed: The ‘Customer’ Is Always Right — Except When Being Called ‘Customer’By Eric Schewe | | 11 Comments
Criticizing this language may seem nitpicky. But the words symbolize the political tensions at the MTA and in the city and state at large — what gets built, who pays for it and, at the end of the day, who is it all for anyway?