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Judge Blocks City From Its Plan to Issue Unlimited EV Uber/Lyft Licenses
The ruling comes mere days after the alliance representing cab drivers sued the city over its plan for an unlimited number of new licenses for electric app-based cabs.
Wednesday’s Headlines: Election Recap Edition
Yesterday's election didn't bring many surprises — except that Marjorie Velázquez lost in The Bronx. Plus other news.
Tuesday’s Headlines: Another Stain on the Shield Edition
Another day, another cop driving recklessly — and then cursing out anyone who calls him out for it. Plus other news.
Monday’s Headlines: Good News/Bad News Edition
We have some good news and, given who we are, some bad news about road violence. Plus other news from a busy weekend.
Brooklyn Senior, The ‘Rock’ Of Her Family, Struck and Killed by TWO Hit-and-Run Drivers
The death renewed calls for the Adams administration to "do more" to keep pedestrians safe and treat road deaths "with the same urgency" as all violence.
Electric Avenue: E-Citi Bikes Will Double, But Footprint Won’t
Lyft will double the number of electric Citi Bikes while also reducing the speed of its second generation e-bikes — but the announcement made by the mayor's office this morning raised the possibility that super-charged rides would soar in price in the coming years.
Thursday’s Headlines: Teach Your Adults Well Edition
It's time for the annual "Dusk and Darkness" campaign, but drivers should be careful all year. Plus other news.
Wednesday’s Headlines: S-Cop-Laws Edition
Watch what happens when members of Community Board 7 challenged a precinct sergeant to explain why cops illegally park all over.
Tuesday’s Headlines: An Interesting ‘Conflicts’ Conflict Edition
Academics Conclude What We Already Know: Cyclists Are More Neighborly than Drivers
Cyclists are better people than drivers not only because of they get exercise or help the environment — they also have better ethics, a new study suggests.