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Wednesday’s Headlines: Cycle of Rage Edition

Tuesday was a busy morning on the "criminal mischief" beat. Plus other news.

February 28, 2024

#StuckAtDOT: City Delays Suggest Safe Cycling Rule Changes are Dead

Department of Transportation has still not implemented city regulations that it said more than three years ago would improve safety — and one activist thinks the rules are dead.

February 27, 2024

Prophet Motive: Restler Bill Would Restore 25% Bounty for Blocked Bike and Bus Lane Tickets

"If the kickback gets more people reporting, we’re all for it," said one high-profile advocate.

February 8, 2024

Video Unmasks NYPD Lies About ‘Resolved’ Bike Lane Complaints

Until there are consequences for lying, city employees will continue to break the law. But also, why are cops misspelling their own names on emails? Therein lies a tale.

January 31, 2024

Wednesday’s Headlines: Moped Regulation Incoming Edition

State legislators in Albany announced a set of bills intended to rein in the crisis of illegal mopeds on city streets. Plus more news.

January 31, 2024

Hey, Check Out the Cool (And Fake!) Plates You Can Order With A Few Mouse Clicks

Paper temp tags are so last year. You can get real metal plates — untraceable ones — all over the internet.

January 30, 2024

Tuesday’s Headlines: How Many Stops Edition

It's a good thing Council Member Yusef Salaam ran into a seemingly mild-mannered cop, data shows. Plus other news.

January 30, 2024

Monday’s Headlines: Tom Wolfe Edition

A Council member's story about a supposedly racially motivated traffic stop got all around the world before the NYPD even got its boots on. Plus other news.

January 29, 2024

Better Red Than Dead: Albany Takes Up Camera Reauthorization, Expansion

If the legislature fails to pass a reauthorization, the city's red light cameras will go dark on Dec. 1. And they caught 700,000 drivers last year.

January 25, 2024

Audit: DOT Cameras Miss Millions of Speeding Drivers

The "worsening problem" of vehicles with obscured or covered license plates means more than $100 million a year in lost revenue — and failure in the fight against reckless drivers.

January 22, 2024