Recent Streetsblog NYC posts about PlaNYC

Transportation Tidbits in This Year’s PlaNYC Check-In

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To mark Earth Day on Monday, the de Blasio administration released its first PlaNYC progress report [PDF], the latest annual check-in on the citywide sustainability plan released in 2007. The report includes a few facts about the city’s progress on its transportation goals: DOT’s PARK Smart program, which sets the price of on-street parking in response […]

PlaNYC 2.0 Reactions: Rachel Weinberger, UPenn Professor

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Streetsblog has been gathering responses to last week’s release of PlaNYC 2.0. This is the fourth installment. Read the first, second, and third parts. In a phone interview with Streetsblog yesterday, Rachel Weinberger, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania and an architect of the transportation section of PlaNYC 1.0, gave us her take on the update of […]

PlaNYC 2.0 Reactions: Kate Slevin, Tri-State Transportation Campaign

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Streetsblog has been gathering responses to yesterday’s release of PlaNYC 2.0. This is the third installment. Read the first and second parts. In a phone interview yesterday afternoon, Kate Slevin, executive director of the Tri-State Transportation Campaign, shared her first impressions of the city’s revised sustainability plan… On the diminished prominence of transportation compared to […]

PlaNYC 2.0 Reactions: Paul Steely White, Transportation Alternatives

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Streetsblog has been calling around to transportation advocates and experts, gathering reactions to yesterday’s release of the first major update to PlaNYC 2030 since the citywide sustainability initiative was launched four years ago. Here’s our first installment, with Transportation Alternatives director Paul Steely — we’ll be posting more reactions later this afternoon. White told us […]