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Ibrahim Hersi

Ibrahim Hersi is a student at the Craig Newmark School of Journalism here in New York, where he’s focused on arts and culture (but we’ll change that!). He was born and raised in Harlem and enjoys watching sports. He is a proud member of the StreetsblogNYC intern Class of 2024.

Thursday’s Headlines: Do The Right Thing Edition

Bed-Stuy subway riders are mad Gov. Hochul's congestion pricing gambit has put crucial elevators in their neighborhood on the chopping block. Plus more news.

July 11, 2024

Hochul Ditches $10K Car Dealer Fundraiser Amid Congestion Pricing Uproar

The Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association was slated to host a $10,000-a-ticket reception for the governor.

June 10, 2024

11th Bike Rider of the Year Killed on Congested 11th Ave.

It's a congested area that won't see any traffic relief due to Gov. Hochul's abandonment of congestion pricing.

June 7, 2024

Congestion Pricing Advocates Demand Answers As Hochul Betrays Them … And Herself

Hundreds of protesters rushed to Gov. Hochul's Midtown office on Wednesday to protest the governor's decision to abandon congestion pricing.

June 6, 2024

#StuckAtDOT: Weeks After Truck Slams into Concrete, Residents Are Waiting For Safety

A month ago a truck driver slammed into a pedestrian refuge island at the intersection of Flatbush and DeKalb avenues. It still hasn't been fixed.

June 4, 2024