Adams Says He’ll Ban Parking Near 1,000 Intersections Every Year To Make Corners Safer
The city will daylight 1,000 intersections a year. A Brooklyn corner where a boy was killed in a crash is still waiting for the safety upgrades.
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.
Astoria Organizers Lead the Way on Street Safety with a Reddit Strategy
The western Queens neighborhood has become a hub for a new kind of safe street advocacy.
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.
Opinion: Bring Back ‘Give Respect/Get Respect’ Campaign
If cyclists don't throw their own bad apples under the bus, we won't get safer streets, argues this West Side advocate.
Advocates to DOT: End All Parking at T-Shaped Intersections
They want to safely “cross the T," everywhere.
Opinion: How American vs. Danish Pedestrian Laws Stack Up
The subtle wording of American pedestrian safety laws reveals a lot about whose lives we prioritize on our roads — especially compared with the same policies in Denmark.