It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Instead of going back to the old New York, choked with pollution and cars that don't move, we can decide what kind of city we want. Change the streets and change the city.
The City Council bill that could force the de Blasio administration to open 75 miles of streets to pedestrians and cyclists doesn't say much, but still packs a punch. Here's a preview of Friday's hearing.