Families for Safe Streets
Opinion: We Are Victims of Road Violence and We Demand Change
If we’re going to make progress on safe streets, we all need to get involved. We hope you will join us on Nov. 19, arm-in-arm, to help push. No one else should die.
Anti-Vision Zero Town Hall Postponed After Pols Bail Following Little Boy’s Death
Opponents of Vision Zero decided against criticizing the city's signature road safety initiative on Thursday night — and all it took was the killing of a little boy.
Wife of Killed Cyclist Adam Uster: ‘Mayor Adams Doesn’t Care If It’s Safe to Ride a Bike in NYC’
As cyclists prepare to ride in protest from Union Square to City Hall on Wednesday, Frédérique Uster-Hug blames the mayor for the chaos on our roads.
Friday’s Headlines: Crystal Hudson’s Idea of Leadership Edition
Today's headlines are long, but worth it!
‘Not Grieving Alone’: A Father’s Artistic Journey After Losing Two Kids to Road Violence
Colin Campbell and his wife Gail Lerner lost both their children in a car crash with impaired driver. Now, it's a show.
The Albany Report Card: A Scoundrel’s ‘F’
This is not a gentlemen's B. This year's overall legislative session was one of the worst on record from a livable streets and street safety perspective — and it's mostly due to one man.
BREAKING: Assembly Fails to Pass Bill to Allow NYC to Set Speed Limits, But Will Return Later This Month
Day 3: These Hunger Strikers aren’t Paid Lobbyists — But Albany Can’t Tell the Difference
ALBANY — “They are putting every barrier in our way to not have to face us directly and look us in the eye and then make an unconscionable decision. This is Albany at its worst,” said Amy Cohen.
Hunger Strike Day 2: Gov. Hochul is ‘Sympathetic,’ But Won’t Pressure Heastie on Sammy’s Law
The governor expressed sympathy for the mothers who are holding a hunger strike to protest the Assembly’s inaction on Sammy’s Law — but she declined to condemn the body's leader, Speaker Carl Heastie.
‘Sammy’s Law’ Hunger Strike Begins at State Capitol
Two mothers whose children were killed by reckless drivers have begun a hunger strike that they'll continue until Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie passes a long-stalled bill that would allow New York City to set its own speed limits.