Vision? Zero: Prospect Heights Seeks Daylighting for a Neighborhood with None
No streets are clear of parked cars as required under state law — and locals see it as evidence that the area’s streets "really are unsafe.”
Study: 12 Ft. Lanes Are Deadlier Than 10 Ft. Ones — So Why Do Many DOTs Build Them Anyway?
The lightning-fast 12-foot lanes that run down countless roads in U.S. neighborhoods are associated with a roughly 50-percent higher rate of crashes than nine-foot ones, a new study finds.
Key Upper West Side Pol Gale Brewer Comes Out Against E-Bike Registration Bill
The dean of Manhattan's political establishment is the latest elected official to distance herself from a bill that would require registration for every e-bike in the city.
‘Death Waiting to Happen’: North Brooklynites Call for Safer Morgan Ave
The avenue is a key, but deadly, link in north Brooklyn.
City Hall Functionary is Quietly Interfering with Critical Street Safety Initiatives: Sources
"He only was going to raise the concerns that you’re going to hear from car drivers," one official said. "He’s never been on the pro-pedestrianization, pro-bike-lane side.”
Manhattan Panel Pans City Council E-Bike Registration Bill
A Manhattan community board is the first to take up a controversial bill that would require licensing and registration for e-bikes. And it rejected it.
Council Member Crystal Hudson Demands More Street Safety Projects, Including Ashland Pl.
The Brooklyn lawmaker issued a strong call for safety after the killing of a young boy by a tow-truck driver.
Lander: City Failed Implementation of My ‘Reckless Driver’ Law, So Let’s Fix It
The architect of a city program to rein in the most reckless drivers joined the chorus of advocates demanding that it be reauthorized — and strengthened.
Prospect Heights Group to Mayor Adams: Finish the Underhill Ave. Bike Boulevard!
Residents of Prospect Heights are demanding that the Adams administration finish a routine bike boulevard project first — and then go door-to-door to hear the feedback.
Crunching the Data on the Record-Setting Year For Cyclist Deaths
Ninety-four percent of the year's record-setting number of bike deaths occurred on streets without protected bike lanes.