Eyes on the Street: Long Island City Bike Lanes Are a Good Start — But More Needed
The city unveiled three new protected bike lanes in Long Island City, but advocates want more to fill in a neighborhood-wide safe cycling network.
Pols Detail ‘Road Map’ For Safe Streets in Western Queens
A group of western Queens lawmakers released a plan for street safety projects they want to see before 2030.
Hochul Vetoes Bill To Expand Eastern Queens Greenway
The bill passed the legislature unanimously, but the governor vetoed it, saying that it mandated a study that was not funded in the budget. Whatevs.
Opinion: It’s Past Time for Protected Bike Lanes in Downtown Jamaica
There is no safe, legal, and easy way to ride through downtown Jamaica. It's time for that to change.
BACK OPEN: City Swaps Barricades for Bollards After Abruptly Closing Queensbridge Greenway
The Parks Department reopened the greenway path through Queensbridge Park less than 48 hours after Streetsblog reported the abrupt, unexplained closure.
City Abruptly Shuts Queens Greenway Segment, Putting Cyclists in Danger; Council Member Takes Credit
Apparently, a crucial bike route can just be closed with no warning, hearings or safety detours. And a Council member will also take credit for it!
QueensLink Transit Supporters Press Case at City Hall
"Yes, we want a park and yes we want a light rail. We can have both," said one local pol.
‘Standard Practice’: Queens Panel Endorses Universal Daylighting as Driver Who Killed Dolma Goes to Court
Tuesday was bookended by a Queens driver who killed a 7-year-old girl appearing in court and a community board urging the city to daylight all intersections to prevent such crashes in the future.
City to Expand Scooter Share to Eastern Queens
All three of the scooter-share companies that have been providing service in The Bronx since 2021 will be part of a massive expansion of the program into transit-deprived areas of eastern Queens, the Department of Transportation announced on Thursday.
Cop Suspended for Trying to Run a Moped Rider off a Queens Highway
The incident has been under internal review since May 25, when Streetsblog broke the story of an NYPD officer swerving repeatedly in an effort to either strike the moped rider or run him off the road.