More and more advocacy groups are questioning an MTA deal that would construct a new LIRR rail platform near Belmont Park to serve a new arena for the New York Islanders. The latest is Reinvent Albany.
The Department of Transportation announced on Tuesday that Citi Bike would expand deeper into Queens and Brooklyn, fill out all of Manhattan, and finally get to about half of the Bronx ... by 2023. No, we're not satisfied. So click the headline above for that story and the rest of our news digest.
Gordon. Kuntzman. Mano-a-mano. On cable access. The all-powerful bike lobby talks Vision Zero (and, yes, that's a picture of still-unfixed Dyckman Street!). That, and other stories, just by clicking the headline above.
Everyone is talking about how Citi Bike hasn't rolled deep into communities of color. But you knew that from looking at the coverage map. Still, there's lots to discuss, so click the headline above to get that story, plus our news digest.
It's obviously hard to ignore 1,000 people laying on the ground to protest the city's dangerous roadway — so the major outlets were out in force to cover Tuesday night's "die-in" in Washington Square Park. Click the headline above for that story and so much more.