We asked the New York City Transit President to drop the diplomacy and tell us what he really feels about the Adams administration's bus efforts so far. Here's what he said (no, he did not drop the diplomacy).
Today at 6 a.m., the MTA will release the environmental assessment for congestion pricing — and it's filled with everything you want: toll scenarios, pollution projections, traffic modeling and, most important, billions of dollars just sitting there for the taking (from drivers). Plus other news.
Standing a block from where her only daughter died, Janice Mott made a gripping speech directed at city officials, but also a touching speech that expressed the ultimate grief over losing a child to road violence.
Local writers (but not Dave Colon, pictured) must have heatstroke or something because they can't seem to understand the significance of the Very Important Topics about which they are covering. Plus other news.
A line of widely scattered thunderstorms moved through the city last night, but don't expect cooler temps to prevail — the Baked Apple is still a global warming victim. Try to hit a public pool on your way home from work. Until then, here's our news roundup from yesterday.