‘Blue Highway’ Blues: A Maritime Freight Pier is Coming to Downtown Heliport … By 2029
It's progress, but does it really take five years to build a barge — especially one that's been in talks for five years already?
Analysis: DOT’s Curb Management ‘Action’ Couldn’t Come Soon Enough
DOT and Mayor Adams on Tuesday released a 10-point curb management "action plan" full of plans to make plans to reorient curb space away from private car storage.
Industry and Public Don’t Like DOT’s Proposed Cargo Bike Rules
This freight bike rule is going to be a heavy lift, the Department of Transportation learned on Wednesday.
Opinion: NYC Can Lead the Freight Delivery Revolution … If DOT Gets Smart About Rules
A cargo-bike industry leader speaks out about backwards rules proposed by DOT on the eve of Wednesday's hearing.
DOT Commish: We Want to Get the Rules Right for Cargo Bikes
The head of the city Department of Transportation answers back after two Streetsblog posts raised doubts about new cargo bike rules.
Opinion: Don’t Screw Up Bike Freight Deliveries by Drafting Bad Rules
Another cargo bike industry leader has come forward to complain about the DOT's proposal to limit bike length and allow for four-wheeled vehicles.
DOT Seeks to Reduce Delivery Traffic and Package Theft with Lockers
DOT says that 90,000 packages every day are reported stolen or lost. Thieves are facilitated because many apartment buildings lack secure areas for holding packages. Could a locker system change that?