Bridge Vending Ban Gains Public Support As Vendors Beg For Compromise
The street vendor "span ban" got a lot of support at a public hearing Wednesday.
Two More Community Boards Join Push For Universal Daylighting
The community board groundswell for more daylighting intersections isn't slowing down any time soon.
Brooklyn Board Wants Adams to Stop Letting Cars Dangerously Block Intersections
More than half of New York City crashes happen at intersections.
City Seeks All-Out Ban on Vendors on Every Bridge
The city seeks a "span ban" — thanks to vending overcrowding on the Brooklyn Bridge.
Two Paths Forward: Broadway Shows What Could Be on Fifth Avenue
It's time to widen Fifth Avenue's sidewalks and add a protected bike lane. Delays hurt everyone.
Adams Expands Trash Containerization, But Bins Will Still Crowd Pedestrian Space
Why are trash bins still going to be on the sidewalk? Better ask Status Quo about that!
Advocates Slam Prospect Park Striping as a Half Measure
The Department of Transportation heralded its completion of its repainting of Prospect Park's East Drive, but the measure to give pedestrians more marked space barely scratched the surface of what advocates sought.
DOT Plan for BQE’s Atlantic Ave. Interchange is ‘The Robert Moses Playbook’: Pols and Experts
"The proposals should not be doubling down on the infrastructure and transportation of the past,” said state Sen. Andrew Gounardes.
Paris Mayor Enters Fray Between E-Bikes and Pedestrians — By Fighting Drivers
Anne Hidalgo will help pedestrians feel safer not with a harsh crackdown on electric micromobility, but with a common-sense plan that includes taking more away space from drivers.
DOT Adding Badly Needed Upgrade To Parkside Avenue Bike Lane But Delays Other Life-Saving Fixes
The Department of Transportation will make it safer to turn off of and access the Parkside Avenue bike protected bike lane, but the city is still making neighborhoods south of Prospect Park wait for new protected bike lanes.