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Cycle of Rage: Council Members Slam DOT for Successful Safety Projects

What do three street safety projects across the city have in common? Hypocrisy by some Council members, that's what.

March 19, 2024

Speaker Adams Wants Streets Plan ‘Tracker’ to Make Sure Mayor Adams Follows the Law

"Laws and policies are only as good as their implementation. A prime example is the Streets Plan," the Speaker said during her "State of the City" address.

March 14, 2024

Council Speaker Wants Fair Fares to Reach More Working New Yorkers

Someone making minimum wage should be able to get the 50-percent transit discount, advocates say.

March 14, 2024

‘Chilling Effect’: City Slow to Pay Back Open Streets

The largely volunteer groups are waiting to get back tens of thousands of dollars from the city.

March 11, 2024

Cyclists Keep Crashing On the Narrow Queensboro Bridge Path: Data

New data indicate that most crashes happen because it's so narrow.

March 8, 2024

Money Problems: Brooklyn’s Fifth Ave. Open Street Loses Sponsor, While Vanderbilt Gets Trimmed

Even in two tony Brooklyn neighborhoods, a shortage of cash has left open streets struggling.

March 7, 2024

Ten Community Boards Back Parking Ban at Corners for Safety

Will the city listen to the growing push to stop exempting itself from state law?

March 6, 2024

Tuesday’s Headlines: Don’t Block Bike Advocates Edition

Tweet kids afraid to read your tweets. Plus other news in today's headlines.

March 5, 2024

To Combat NYPD Lawlessness, DOT Will Move Second Ave. Bus Lane

The plan for an "offset" bus lane also calls for a wider bike lane on one of the city's busiest bike corridors.

March 5, 2024