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Friday’s Headlines: The Doldrums Edition
Even though the entire city seems to be shutting down, there's still news!
The Explainer: What’s With Council Member Bob Holden’s Bill to Register E-Bikes?
A very controversial bill from a noted opponent of efforts to boost cycling has everyone in town — except its supporters — talking.
Thursday’s Headlines: Nice White Parents, Part II Edition
We wholeheartedly recommend Jonathan Lethem's latest New Yorker piece on the creation of "Boerum Hill." Plus other news.
Wednesday’s Headlines: The Hole Truth Edition
DOT side-steps accountability after a tragic death. Plus more news.
DOT: McGuinness Fixes Will Start Next Week
The compromise plan will "save lives and make this corridor much easier to navigate for everyone, including drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists," according to Commissioner Ydanis Rodriguez.
Tuesday’s Headlines: Streetsblog Gets Action Edition
Better bike racks (we hope!) are coming to Broadway. Plus other news (including MSG's short-term permit).
State Chides City Judge for Flagrant Parking Rage
The state's Commission on Judicial Conduct said on Monday that Brooklyn Civil Court Judge Jill Epstein "should be admonished" for pulling rank on another placard perp during an altercation.
Monday’s Headlines: MSG Headache Edition
The big story is that the City Council will vote to give Madison Square Garden a new permit. Plus other news.
Thursday’s Headlines: Support Summer Streets Edition
More more more — how do you like it, how do you like it, how do you like your Summer Streets? Plus other news.
Driver Gets Traffic Ticket for Killing Cycling Advocate
The driver who cops say ran over and killed Brooklyn cycling advocate Adam Uster was charged on Tuesday with a mere traffic ticket for the death.