The must-read of the day came from CityLab, which reconceived Manhattan's grid to reduce cars, expand safe cycling and give pedestrians the dominance they deserve. That and other news by clicking the headline above.
For one day, at least, the new span of the Kosciuszko Bridge is the exclusive domain of cyclists and pedestrians. That's today! Click the headline above for that story ... and the rest of the day's news.
Today is a big day for all us bike lane nerds at Streetsblog: at 11:15, Gov. Cuomo himself will personally give us a preview of the new bike and pedestrian path on the soon-to-open second span of the Kosciuszko Bridge. That and the day's other news by clicking the headline above.
Yes, there was another memorial vigil on Sunday for another dead cyclist. Let's hope it's the last one (though it would help if Mayor de Blasio was even in New York these days). That story, plus many others, by clicking the headline above.
The killer of Jose Alzorriz (pictured) will be brought to account — but law enforcement still shrugs at so much other recent vehicle violence. Click here for that story and more in today's news digest.
The Paper of Record calls out Mayor de Blasio for not doing enough to keep cyclists safe. Meanwhile, Streetsblog calls out Polly Trottenberg for giving in to parking psychosis in Fort Greene. Click for more news!