Educated at the Sorbonne and the Yale School of Drama, Gersh Kuntzman is obviously not the person being described here. We're talking about tabloid legend Gersh Kuntzman, who has been with New York newspapers since 1989, including stints at the New York Daily News, the Post, the Brooklyn Paper and even a cup of coffee with the Times. He's also the writer and producer of "Murder at the Food Coop," which was a hit at the NYC Fringe Festival in 2016, and “SUV: The Musical” in 2007. Email Gersh at firstname.lastname@example.org
City Backs Away from Most Aggressive Plan on the Proposed Underhill ‘Bike Boulevard’By Gersh Kuntzman | | No Comments
The Department of Transportation quietly caved to car owners when it tweaked a plan to dramatically limit northbound traffic on a narrow Brooklyn avenue slated to get the agency's "bike boulevard" treatment, Streetsblog has learned.
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Rage Joy: DOT’s New Cargo Bike Paves the Way to a Smaller Future
It's a dream ride even if it doesn't ride like a dream.
Steal This Idea: The Larger the Car, the More You Pay to ParkBy Gersh Kuntzman | | No Comments
Big news out of Montreal: Starting on July 1, drivers of larger, heavier cars will pay more for residential parking permits in one busy corner of town.
Nearly 500 Crossing Guard Positions, Rather than Being Filled, Are Cut By Mayor Adams and NYPDBy Gersh Kuntzman | | No Comments
The NYPD has cut close to 500 crossing guard positions in a money-saving measure — a move that puts kids at risk on school roadways that were already more dangerous than other city streets.
Will This Be the Year When DOT Finally Legalizes Key Pro-Cycling Rules?By Gersh Kuntzman | | No Comments
The city Department of Transportation is once again claiming it will tweak its rules to promote cycling and make it safer by allowing bike riders to glide through stop signs or through red lights at certain intersections — a failed effort that goes back many, many years.
AG James Won’t Charge Reckless Cops Who Struck and Killed Ronald Smith With a Speeding Police VanBy Gersh Kuntzman | | No Comments
"My family is outraged," said Julie Floyd, the sister of victim Ronald Smith. "It's ridiculous what these people can get away with."
#TempTagTuesday: Pits from the Peachtree StateBy Gersh Kuntzman | | No Comments
How easy is it to get a Georgia fake temp tag? I just purchased one in the name of the state's top motor vehicle official Frank O'Connell! Yes, it's the last edition of Temp Tag Tuesday.
Upper West Side Pedestrian Dies from Injuries Caused by Reckless Van DriverBy Gersh Kuntzman | | No Comments
The Upper West Side pedestrian struck by a van driver last week in what one cop called "an accident" has died from his wounds, police said on Thursday.
Killer of Beloved Williamsburg Teacher Shows No Remorse as He’s Sent Away … for Just Six MonthsBy Gersh Kuntzman | | No Comments
Driver Tariq Witherspoon declined to address his victim's family, which had filled the courtroom and only minutes earlier had vented their anger at the killer driver.
Advocates: City Must Make E-Mobility Safer and More Widespread — And Here’s How To Do ItBy Gersh Kuntzman | | No Comments
The bike boom is now going vroom, vroom.
Temp Tag Tuesday: Ron DeSantis Now Has a Fake License Plate (Courtesy of Lib’ral Ol’ Me!)By Gersh Kuntzman | | No Comments
There's some shady stuff going on in the Sunshine State — now I have a fake temporary tag from Florida.
Citi Bike Ridership Numbers Hit New Weekly RecordBy Gersh Kuntzman | | No Comments
The number of rides is up 30 percent from the 671,000-plus rides from the same May 7-13 period last year.