Another Flip-Flop: City Hall Allegedly Pauses Almost-Done Underhill Ave. Bike Boulevard
City Hall is intervening in yet another street redesign project, and supporters fear it could be the start of dismantling other improvements.
Mayor Adams Admits He Was Going to Just Reopen Park Row to Cars Without Any Discussion
That explains why the city almost reopened Park Row to god-awful cars.
DOT Installs ‘Banker’s Anchor’ Pedestrian Plaza in Greenpoint
At least this Greenpoint street safety project is moving along!
Fight Over a Single UWS Open Street is So Bitter, Council Member Called in a Mediator
We've seen divorces that were more amiable than a battle over a single roadway on the Upper West Side.
BREAKING: There’s a New Lawsuit to End Outdoor Dining
The pandemic is over, so should outdoor dining end, too?
DOT Proposes Permanent Traffic Calming For W. 22nd Open Street, Despite Driver Backlash
The open street will get permanent traffic-calming infrastructure because DOT didn't bow to some locals who opposed the upgrades due to "loss" of parking.
Summer Streets Expands to All Boroughs; Still Ends Early, Though
As the Beastie Boys said, you need Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Staten to make it happen — but how about keeping it open beyond 1 p.m.?
Greenpointers Rally For Safer Streets Where Cyclist, 73, Was Killed
When neighbors fight road safety improvements, other neighbors die.
Greenpoint Crash Kills Cyclist At a Former Open Street that Opponents Dismantled
The north Brooklyn intersection where an SUV driver fatally struck a senior cyclist has long been a terrifying crossroad of reckless driving that locals have demanded the city fix.