Barriers Fail To Keep Drivers From Blocking Bronx Bike Lanes
DOT's new "hardened bike lanes" are hard to get around, says one Uptown bike commuter.
Dozens of Car Dealers Shut Down for Temporary License Plate Fraud Following Streetsblog Investigation
And seven dealerships identified by Streetsblog as possible temp tag sellers are now under criminal investigation, officials said.
Can NYC Use Unpaid Tickets to Force Corporate Polluters to Electrify Fleets?
Companies that owe the city millions of dollars in unpaid idling violations may electrify their fleet to get out from under the debt in deals with the city.
EXCLU: Council Member Oswald Feliz, Who Killed a Bronx Bus Lane, Enjoys Parking In It
Hey, Oswald Feliz, please don't park or drive in bus lanes.
Komanoff: MTA’s Three-Day Blitz on Toll Scofflaws is Not Nearly Enough
It’s awesome that a three-day sting nabbed 44 autos that had racked up $922,500 in unpaid bridge tolls and fines, but the agency needs to do more.
Eyes on the Street: ‘Daylighting’ NYC Intersections Needs More Than Paint and Signs
We're gonna need more than paint and signs.
NYPD Christens New Busway with Livingston Street Tow-A-Palooza
The launch of New York City's newest busway was heralded Tuesday by the mid-afternoon arrival of NYPD tow trucks.
Advocates Demand Daylighting at Intersections in Wake of Boy’s Death
"This is just the latest painful incident underscoring the need for additional investments in street safety, such as by daylighting intersections," says a key Council member.
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.
A ‘Dangerous’ Sunset: What’s Next for Reining In Reckless Drivers?
The city's Dangerous Vehicle Abatement Program expires on Thursday. And there's no new strategy to deal with the worst of the worst recidivists, except to appeal to the state for new laws.