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Environmental Groups Join to Fight Adams’s BQE Reconstruction

Rebuilding the Moses-era highway for another century is not environmental justice.

April 11, 2024

First Look: The DOT Finally Has Plans For Its Queensboro Bridge Pedestrian Path

"We welcome the anticipated late summer 2024 opening of the walkway, but we remain concerned about date slippage," said one Council member.

April 8, 2024

State Comptroller Details Capital Project Delays, Cost Overruns

"A majority of analyzed projects are over both their initial budget and schedule, suggesting greater monitoring could lead to adjustments that ultimately improve capital project delivery," the report concludes.

April 8, 2024

Wednesday’s Headlines: Silent Treatment Edition

Two examples of stuff the public needs to know about, but public information officers won't tell us about. Plus other news.

April 3, 2024

Study: Microhubs and Last-Mile Cargo Bikes Can Save City $240M a Year

In this city, time is indeed money; delays cost the city over $243 million every year, the report estimates.

April 1, 2024

Company That Fought McGuinness Safety Project Wants to Seize Bklyn Street for Private Backlot

Broadway Stages to Greenpoint residents: "Street safety for me, not for thee."

March 28, 2024

Mega-Cars Violate Brooklyn Bridge Weight Ban with Impunity

The city does virtually nothing to stop the onslaught of excessively heavy vehicles on our roads and bridges.

March 27, 2024

SAFETY LAST: DOT Added No New Protected Bike Lanes in Four ‘Priority Districts’

"My community has been asking for it. The Commissioner has made a commitment. He needs to step up and do it now," said one Council member in Brooklyn.

March 26, 2024

Want Safer Streets? Get the Worst Drivers off the Road, Report Says

The city could save roughly 50 lives every year by simply getting the worst drivers off the road — but doing so is going to be a heavy lift at 1 Police Plaza, City Hall and in the state Capitol, a new report shows.

March 21, 2024