Commissioner Ydanis Rodriguez's comments are the first from a high-ranking city official in the wake of Streetsblog's investigation into the dangers of school streets.
The City Council put its rubber stamp to Albany's extension and expansion of New York's speed camera program, but not before a significant number of local pols questioned the life-saving program with myths, not facts.
A 1-year-old baby is dead after the driver of a Jeep struck him and his mother as they crossed a Staten Island street in the crosswalk on Thursday morning, said cops, who later charged the driver with failure to yield, a minor charge.
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A new two-way protected bike lane and pedestrian improvements are coming to Downtown Brooklyn, said city officials — who are, finally, not seeking approval from the local community board.