OPINION: Swap Out Car Lanes for a Center-Running Bus Lane, Better Bike Facilities on Queens BoulevardBy Samuel Santaella | | No Comments
Here's a better way to fix of the 'Boulevard of Death' than the DOT has yet proposed.
OPINION: Extend the Queens Boulevard Bike Lanes to Jamaica!By Samuel Santaella | | No Comments
Cyclists need safety as they cross streets with highway-like conditions on the way to a shopping and transit hub.
OPINION: Give Buses Signal Priority — Now!By Samuel Santaella | | No Comments
The DOT's laborious process is holding up a sensible measure that will speed transit and could make riders safer in the age of COVID.
Opinion: Gridlock Sam’s Ribbon Bridges Are Growing on MeBy Samuel Santaella | | No Comments
The proposed bike/ped spans would help active transportation citywide. In fact, we could use more of them!
Op-Ed: A Tale of (Transporting) Two FamiliesBy Samuel Santaella | | No Comments
Mobility options are unequal for different classes of New Yorkers — but not if we decide to invest in transportation alternatives.
Op-Ed: One Small Step for Street Safety, One Giant Leap for Human DignityBy Samuel Santaella | | No Comments
As New Yorkers stay home, it helps vulnerable road users to have a few extra seconds to cross a really wide, dangerous Queens street.
Op-Ed: Commuter-Train Fare Cut Doesn’t Help Low-Income New YorkersBy Samuel Santaella | | No Comments
Even with an intracity discount, the MTA continues to prop up a system of transit Apartheid.
Op-Ed: Don’t Forget Us, Bike Mayor!By Samuel Santaella | | No Comments
The position should focus on bringing infrastructure to the under-served, outer-borough areas that need it most.
Op-Ed: Let’s Build Bus and Bike Infrastructure TogetherBy Samuel Santaella | | No Comments
It is disappointing that, as the boroughs finally modernize their bus services with bus lanes, stop-consolidation and more, cycling again seems left out of the picture.