Recent Streetsblog NYC posts about John Kaehny

Cuomo’s Office Opens Up Transpo Data, But Not Crash Locations

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On Wednesday, Governor Cuomo announced a new raft of publicly-accessible data on the state’s data transparency website, data.NY.gov.¬†Some of the data sets include information that was already accessible in different forms, while other sets are newly available to the public. The release also includes detailed information about individual¬†crashes from the Department of Motor Vehicles, but […]

Monday Night: Have Your Say on Parking Policy in Brooklyn

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Hot on the heels of this week’s neighborhood parking workshops, DOT and several members of Brooklyn’s City Council delegation are hosting a forum about residential parking permits. An RPP program with teeth could go a long way towards curbing traffic in residential neighborhoods, and this event is a big opportunity for livable streets advocates to […]