Decision 2020: A Good Night, But Not a Great One, for Livable StreetsBy Steven Vago | | No Comments
Friends the livable streets movement fared extremely well — and an unrepentant homophobe was soundly defeated — in Tuesday's primary election balloting across the city.
UPDATED: Brooklyn Man Killed in Early Morning Hit-and-RunBy Gersh Kuntzman and Steven Vago | | No Comments
A Brooklyn man was run down and killed by the driver of a massive Jeep early Tuesday morning, and the driver and his passenger ran away from the crash scene leaving their victim to die, cops said.
Carpocalypse Now … And Forever?! Mayor de Blasio Cheers Phase 2 Traffic JamsBy Steven Vago | | No Comments
Phase 2 re-opening bringing city back to the "normal" of pollution, traffic and death.
Streetsblog Gets Action: Cops Pull Out of Carl Schurz ParkBy Steven Vago | | No Comments
Ferry riders can now exit the 90th Street pier without having to walk many blocks out of their way because of a police barricade in Carl Schurz Park, a change in policy that came only after Streetsblog reported on it
STREET THIEVES: NYPD Seizes Park Paths, Hindering Access to Mayor de Blasio’s Ferry for No ReasonBy Steven Vago | | No Comments
The tale of two cities is right there in Hizzoner’s backyard.
Another Cyclist Killed by Driver — The Third This MonthBy Gersh Kuntzman and Steven Vago | | No Comments
An MTA bus driver struck and killed a cyclist on Fifth Avenue — and the lack of a bike lane is being blamed.
SIDEBAR: The NYPD Is A Terrible Vision Zero PartnerBy Gersh Kuntzman and Steven Vago | | No Comments
The mayor and Department of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg often defend the NYPD's record on street safety. But it is a very poor one. Here's a timeline to refresh everyone's memory.
Killed Cyclist Sent Money to His Mother in MexicoBy Steven Vago | | No Comments
Relatives of delivery cyclist Ivan Morales are so desperate to raise money to bury the Mexican-born worker that they have been passing the hat at the crash site.
Queens Pols: Make 34th Avenue Permanently Car-FreeBy Steven Vago | | No Comments
Council Member Daniel Dromm and State Senator Jessica Ramos want the city to keep the open street off-limits to cars, even after the coronavirus pandemic subsides.
IN THEIR OWN WORDS: Black New Yorkers Talk About Their Fear in Public SpaceBy Steven Vago | | No Comments
Many are walking the walk — but only minorities are feeling the fear.
Flushing Hopes for its Own ‘Miracle’ on Main StreetBy Steven Vago | | No Comments
Main Street Flushing needs a 14th Street-style busway.